lead (someone or something) against (someone or something else)

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lead (someone or something) against (someone or something else)

To lead someone or something in attack, opposition, or competition against someone or something else. The star quarterback led his team against their crosstown rivals in the championship match. She was selected to lead the battalion against the rebel insurgents.
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lead someone or something against someone or something

to manage someone or a group in an attack on someone or something. The general led the entire company against the troops holding the city. They led two platoons against the enemy position.
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References in classic literature ?
There is only one who has proved that he can successfully lead us against the guns of the white man, and bring us easy victory without the loss of a single life.
We need a more upright heroine who can lead us against everything that has gone wrong with Du30's way of governance.
"Dino and Steve will lead us against Grays and they have the respect of all the players," Preece said.
Schubert to lead US against club team-mates: Blues back rower Kort Schubert will skipper a USA team showing four changes from the side that beat Romania in Saturday's showdown with Wales.
needed was a Churchill to lead us against Brussels.
He told me: "Mike is is the right man to lead us against the Aussies.
If MVP will come out to lead us against Peping the majority will stand and support him.
The Bush propaganda machine has been working overtime to shore up our sagging economy and get the public to rally behind the great leader (which he's not, but wants to be) who will take up the banner and lead us against the evil Saddam Hussein.