But past aggressions against Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Georgia were plainly Illegal as well.
You tell me the Quakers are charged on your side of the water with being, by their aggressions, the cause of the war.
Hannibal, it is true, had commenced his aggressions at Saguntum, in Spain.
Now it seems you have suddenly become afraid of her aggressions, and are alarmed lest she should swallow up all modern society.
He maintained order, and put a term to the aggressions of the Indians.
Still the encroachments and aggressions of Massachusetts and Connecticut continued.
But they were not far distant, and soon were presented by the British aggressions.
Britain, twice humbled for her aggressions, has at length been taught to respect us.
War can come only by the willful acts and aggressions of others.
The Administration had found it necessary to order the troops on the frontier to be in readiness to repel future aggressions.
1610s, "unprovoked attack," from French aggression (16c.), from Latin aggressionem (nominative aggressio) "a going to, an attack," noun of action from past participle stem of aggredi "to approach; attack," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + gradi (past participle gressus) "to step," from gradus "a step" (see grade). Psychological sense of "hostile or destructive behavior" first recorded 1912 in A.A. Brill's translation of Freud.
aggression ag·gres·sion (ə-grěsh'ən)
Hostile or destructive behavior or actions.