Origin of militarist
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It does, and certainly has, helped to escalate the crisis by having this militaristic response to it.Rory Kennedy on ‘Last Days in Vietnam,’ the Parallels Between Vietnam and Iraq, and Ferguson
September 1, 2014
Walterhouse ran his house the only way he knew how—with militaristic discipline.Will These Men Ever Come Home? The Search for Missing WWII Pilots in “Vanished”
Jordan Michael Smith
November 14, 2013
It is now popularized by a militaristic political coalition that might win election on Sunday.Why Japan’s Right Turn Could Be Trouble for the U.S.
December 16, 2012
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.Ahmadinejad, Man of Moderation
September 26, 2012
Under both Reagan and Bush, aggressive, militaristic foreign policy produced more presidential power and larger deficits.The Tea Party's Blind Spot
January 4, 2011
Now the militaristic policy of Japan is to swallow China alone.The International Development of China
As a consequence, Japan is looked upon as a militaristic nation, bent upon conquest.Japan and the California Problem
I am fairly sure that some other way than the militaristic way ought to be found.Introducing the American Spirit
Edward A. Steiner
The revelation of the militaristic possibilities of America is another serious factor.
The militaristic or Pei-Yang party was, however, divided into two factions, each called after a province.
- a supporter of or believer in militarism
- a devotee of military history, strategy, etc
Word Origin and History for militaristic
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