Examples from the Web for aggressor
And in many cases the appropriate response to an invasion has been a declaration of war against the aggressor.
When passions are enflamed, people will be less willing to sit down and negotiate with someone they view as an aggressor.
Davis begins the film, punched by an aggressor into the gutter and ends it the same way.
Gladwell claims that the officer was trying to restrain his dogs while Gadsden was the aggressor.Malcolm Gladwell In Five Minutes: What to Know to Pretend You’ve Read the New Book|Thomas Flynn|October 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Going back to square one would be an unjust outcome and a prize to the aggressor.
Plato approves of war conducted so far, as to compel the aggressor to indemnify the injured and the innocent.The Rights of War and Peace|Hugo Grotius
Yet the wounded man, getting hold of his cattan, wounded the aggressor.
It is in this way that nature seems to prepare a punishment for the aggressor.Economic Sophisms|Frederic Bastiat
Thus the majority of the Chamber, with the clearest warning of danger, insisted on giving the aggressor every possible advantage.History of Modern Europe 1972-1878|C. A. Fyffe
From the start, however, Sheridan was the aggressor and Hampton was forced to fight a defensive battle.Personal Recollections of a Cavalryman|J. H. (James Harvey) Kidd
Word Origin and History for aggressor
1670s, from Latin aggressor, agent noun from aggredi (see aggression).