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adjective as in military

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It does, and certainly has, helped to escalate the crisis by having this militaristic response to it.

Walterhouse ran his house the only way he knew how—with militaristic discipline.

It is now popularized by a militaristic political coalition that might win election on Sunday.

Apparently the smart early money is on the guy who is the mayor of Tehran, and he is, shall we say, of a militaristic bent.

Under both Reagan and Bush, aggressive, militaristic foreign policy produced more presidential power and larger deficits.

Polly kissed her and presented her husband, pointing to the gold leaves on his shoulders with militaristic pride.

Colonel House was also convinced that this militaristic oligarchy was determined on war.

"Lohengrin" begins to seem a little brutal, strangely Prussian lieutenant with its militaristic trumpets, its abuse of the brass.

Some militaristic clique that meant to overthrow him and take power?

Much possible evil will be avoided if the immoral Prussian militaristic ideal is finally crushed.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to militaristic, such as: bellicose, aggressive, armed, army, combatant, and combative.

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