Definition of crusade:
feat, forge, bowel movement, foment, compact, fight back, juggernaut, shake up, care, raise up, excite, advertise, apparent movement, contend, thrust, defend, drive, commove, lawsuit, dedication, hunting expedition, vex, exhort, weight-lift, bandwagon, cause, apparent motion, weightlift, military campaign, slave, causal agency, labour, sweat, entreat, turn on, press, move, private road, effort, contract, causa, driving, suit, press out, driving force, causal agent, crowd, case, run, attempt, urge, labor, agitate, budge, demonstration, challenge, promote, charge up, exertion, ride, advertize, march, parkway, fight, bear on, exploit, constrict, start, stir, front, reason, rouse, heavy lifting, motility, strain, safari, social movement, take the field, overwork, political campaign, put your back into something, conjure, seek, toil, bm, pursuit, beseech, driveway, endeavor, movement, adjure, fight down, trend, drift, work at, bid, squeeze, travail, try, apply yourself, push, charge, action, motion, buckle down, disturb, oppose, compress, weigh, shift, elbow grease, urge on, endeavour, stir up, campaign, shake, force, exert yourself, grounds, iron, iron out, blitz, holy war, undertaking, tug, work.
- "The Light of Divine Guidance (Volume 1)", Shoghi Effendi.
- "The Veiled Lady and Other Men and Women", F. Hopkinson Smith.
Those children of the crusade also perished for an unknown ideal, false no doubt; but is it not better to die for an unknown and even a false ideal than to live for the vain realities of an utterly unpoetic existence?- "Life of St. Francis of Assisi", Paul Sabatier.