belligerent[ buh-lij-er-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF belligerent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BELLIGERENT
His automatic was swinging carelessly at the belligerent farmer.
"We will not let them take him," interposed a belligerent student.
Hazel, belligerent, demanded: "Are you asking us to resign?"
Top-lofty and arrogant and belligerent as ever, the Lizorian Prime took the call.
Communication by wireless cannot be interrupted by a belligerent.
Stirring the belligerent element, ever strong in boyish natures.
He, in comparison with the other belligerent parties was the gainer.
It was plain that he was known as a belligerent, a supporter of Professor Frazer.
In the general stillness her corsets creaked with belligerent attention.
The Wildcat's announcement leaped from a pair of belligerent lungs.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BELLIGERENT
- ready to fight
- under arms
- up in arms