Definition of Six-day war
1. Noun. Tension between Arabs and Israeli erupted into a brief war in June 1967; Israel emerged as a major power in the Middle East.
Generic synonyms: War, Warfare
Geographical relationships: Middle East, Mideast, Near East
Lexicographical Neighbors of Six-day War
Literary usage of Six-day war
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. For the Land and the Lord: Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel by Ian Lustick (1988)
"He studied in the Merkaz HaRav yeshiva, and after the Six Day War studied and taught in Yeshiva Har Etzion in the Gush Etzion area of the West Bank (south ..."
2. Hydropolitics along the Jordan River; Scarce Water and Its Impact on the by Aaron T. Wolf (1995)
"Even as tensions were leading to the following week's outbreak of the Six-Day War, the US Departments of Interior and State convened an "International ..."
3. Land Or Peace: Whither Israel? by Yael Yishai (1987)
"In the wake of the Six-Day War Israelis were swept off their feet with the excitement of once more being in touch with Jewish historical sites. ..."
4. Ansley J. Coale: An Autobiography by Ansley J. Coale (2000)
"The outbreak of the Six Day War unsettled the atmosphere in Arabic countries, even those as distant from the war as Morocco, but the Council learned that ..."
5. Deterrence Theory: Success Or Failure in Arab-Israeli Wars by Elli Lieberman (1995)
"Despite the fact that Israel unambiguously established its military superiority by destroying the armies of three Arab states in the Six Day War and by ..."
6. Prophets and Profits: Managerialism and the Restructuring of Jewish Schools by Chaya Herman (2006)
"On the other hand, the establishment of Israel (1948), the Six-Day War (1967) ... The Six-Day War - by which Israel came into possession of the Temple Mount ..."