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One officer explained that he had to free a man who had broken a window because the belligerent protesters outnumbered police on the scene.
The coronavirus has turned the NFL into a joke, and nobody should be laughingAnother thing about zombies is they tend to be super belligerent, yet they howl with outrage at any act that might impede them, and they are highly evasive.
Bud scowled and turned toward him a belligerent glance, and the man stopped laughing as suddenly as he had begun.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
Even more belligerent than the words was the tone and the facial expression of the speaker.
IN THE ONYX LOBBYCAROLYN WELLS
He had been a clergyman during a considerable portion of his life, and he was not at all belligerent in his nature.
The suns and winds of many seas had burned and scored his face, and a stubby mustache gave him a belligerent aspect.
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
From early times all belligerent nations subjected to capture the goods of an enemy in neutral ships.
But a belligerent should not squander on diversions strength which might be employed in the main conflict.
Not only was the face of Nature most strange, but the whole tract was overrun by belligerent savages.
Personally very vain, quick-tempered, even belligerent, as a therapeutist he was a man of routine.

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