Did you by any chance mean emotive?
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“A nation makes a "pre-emptive" strike on another to prevent itself from being struck (though has anyone ever heard "emptive" used without”
“As someone else above pointed out, 9/11 was the pre-emptive strike.”
“That could trigger a pre-emptive strike by India, Israel or the US.”
“Fourth, again, this pre-emptive attack was against our own, internal laws.”
“And I should have the “choice” to not have my tax dollars pay for some morally indefensible pre-emptive war.”
“The Dems need to do a pre-emptive attack on the issue by emphasizing the drone attacks, troop buildups, etc.”
“It is my belief that this particular recession/depression was orchestrated by the ultra-rich and powerful, as pre-emptive strike at the soon-to-be Obama administration.”
“The red-eyed Rifuti turned his wrath on me but I got in a snarled pre-emptive strike before he could speak.”
“Glenn Beck would call for a pre-emptive strike, unless he thought he could sell some books there.”
“He refused to discuss any pardons, including pre-emptive pardons for anyone involved in interrogations of captives in the campaign against terrorism.”
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