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- n. The characteristic of being bellicose.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Bellicose tendency or disposition; warlike intention or desire.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a natural disposition to fight
Additionally, an increase in bellicosity from the Obama administration will also drive internal Iranian dissidents right back into the arms of the regime.
As for the ongoing exaggeration and misrepresentation of Reagan's role, after his first term bellicosity, he did agree to arms control agreements with Gorbachev.
While I believe that â€œRight between the Iâ€ ™ sâ€ bellicosity is indicative of repressed altruism, heâ€ ™ s been blinded by the Right.
While I believe that “Right between the I’s” bellicosity is indicative of repressed altruism, heâ€ ™ s been blinded by the Right.
Look, to the people that like bring it on, wanted dead or alive, mushroom clouds, axis of evil, that kind of bellicosity, they're not going to like this.
But between unfair Republican bellicosity, accusing Obama of "appeasement" and the IAEA's findings, the White House is being backed into a corner without a coherent strategy going forward despite its protests that Iran with a bomb is a direct national security threat to the United States.
Yes, you could, for example, put our crooked banksters on trial for fraud; but if they were simply replaced by new bankers who, even with heavier regulations and restrictions, still financed the War Machine, then the same corrupting cycle of blood money and bellicosity would rage on unabated.
It is fascinating to hear the apprehension in a voice from deep inside Russia itself about this new bellicosity.
Others, too, are saying it now; and an election is on, with more than the usual chauvinist bellicosity among the actors on the Republican side.
Amping up the bellicosity does what, exactly, for the students?
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