While continuing my voluntary English-proverb-excursion (‘dog-eat(…)-dog’, hi, Amy :)), I’ve encountered
Wolf never wars against wolf.
It seems to be not a pure proverb, but that doesn’t matter in this topic.
My question is about to war.
The verb can be found in all dictionaries – even in small ones - as the third/forth meaning for war.
With war[color=red]ring as a gerund and warred as the Past Participle form.
Mr. Google, after listing of just a few links for warring says
And in response to the warred-request firstly asks cautiously:
Hmm. What’s wrong? (and where… :lol:)
Could you give some comments about actual use of war as a verb?