aggression[ uh-gresh-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF aggression
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AGGRESSION
This act of aggression produced a storm of public indignation.
This, I repeat, is no argument for the perpetuation of the old ways of aggression.
There was no aggression in the tone, and yet Chip felt a curious chill.
This land hunger becomes the excuse of nations for their sins of aggression.
They were not prepared to pledge their neutrality in case of aggression by Germany.
It is evident that the present intentions of France are those of aggression.
They have defended their country, but they have never dreamed of aggression.
But the revolution was not merely a protest against European aggression.
He had no means of defending himself against their aggression.
But not a blow was struck—they committed the aggression and departed.