Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [f'oʊz]
The only foes he had seen were some pickets along the river bank.
Then he hears the sound of foes drawing near and springs to meet them."
"By what sign to-morrow shall we be able to distinguish friends from foes?"
But when men be hot in deeds of arms oft they hurt their friends as well as their foes.
In an instant all his foes seemed turned to stone, and where each man was there he stayed.
"Lo! to yon sedgy bank He creeps disconsolate; his numerous foes Surround him, hounds and men.
He was a passing fair knight, open and brave, courteous to his friends, and stern to his foes.
The coadjutor bowed and left the palace, casting upon the cardinal such a glance as is best understood by mortal foes.
I had no intention of being killed, and now that I had due warning of danger, I resolved to protect myself from foes without and within.
In consequence, the whole party was obliged to halt and again go into camp, having accomplished but a very short remove from their savage foes.