[ UK /ɐɡɹˈɛsɐ/ ]
[ US /əˈɡɹɛsɝ/ ]
  1. someone who attacks
  2. a confident assertive person who acts as instigator
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How To Use aggressor In A Sentence

  • Unlike chemical antiseptics, essential oils are harmless to tissue, yet they are powerful aggressors towards germs.
  • The treaty was to the aggressor's advantage.
  • Additionally, the Bombardier Beetle has the ability to direct its defensive spray toward its aggressor with pinpoint accuracy.
  • the disarmament of the aggressor nations must be complete
  • Experience shows that some states are aggressors, not protectors.
  • After graduation, enter the battle of aggressor of beat back Japan for many times.
  • It may be more likely to arise following an enquiry into, for example, the identity of the aggressor in an unwitnessed fight; but it can arise even after an enquiry, aided by good experts, into, for example, the cause of the sinking of a ship.
  • The idea of state security from non-state (both militant and otherwise) aggressors is one of the major concerns facing the security of our country today. What To Do About Gitmo? | Heretical Ideas Magazine
  • During the training she unleashed several hook punches and uppercuts that were so ‘lightning fast’ they would subdue an aggressor before he know what hit him.
  • He spoke to the Assembly and argued for the development of a military force capable of defending the city against attack from aggressors.
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