belligerency

[ buh-lij-er-uh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF belligerency
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But the first glance about the room restored the father's belligerency.

She was adapting her tone and manner to the belligerency of his attitude.

He had not expected to find in the St. Denis quarter a stronghold of belligerency.

The Masterson affair had effectually put a quietus upon his belligerency.

But I have hopes that the United States, sooner or later, will recognize our belligerency.

The arrows of belligerency, however, are held in the left talon.

I roared mightily at this, for her belligerency was irresistible.

His former attitude of belligerency had entirely evaporated.

They are never troubled by the consequences of belligerency.

In respect of belligerency the earliest men were doubtless no better than brutes.

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