[ US /ˈdəvɪʃ, ˈdoʊvɪʃ/ ]
  1. opposed to war
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How To Use dovish In A Sentence

  • The picture of a dovish president pulled in opposite directions by thugs on both right and left is not entirely accurate.
  • Even a relatively dovish Bernanke Fed cannot afford to let the inflation-expectations genie out of the bottle via a monetization of the fiscal bailout costs.
  • But some economists are still starting to fret given recent "dovish" or inflation-friendly moves by European central bankers. Europe's Newest Risk: Inflation
  • The irony is that Netanyahu himself is going to appear as somewhat "dovish" in his new government. It's Netanyahu Again
  • But as to the West Bank and the Palestinian Authority, Mr. Netanyahu has a great historic opportunity to accomplish what his more "dovish" predecessor, the Kadima Party government of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, and now leader Tzipi Livni, have tried but were unable to achieve. Lanny Davis: Netanyahu Can Be Israel's Nixon-to-China Peacemaker
  • ECB board member Erkki Liikanen said the Euro-Zone needs to increase productivity as he expects the global recovery to continue "unevenly," and the central bank may retain a dovish outlook for future policy as price growth remains subdued. Forex: U.S. Dollar Recovery To Gather Pace, PBoC Hikes Rates By 25bp - Yahoo! Finance
  • Some economists said it was a sign that the hardliners were in retreat and the ECB was becoming more dovish.
  • While the distinction between Likud's positions and more dovish ones is important, for some purposes it doesn't matter, and that's when the term Zionist -- an ideological term, not a racial one -- is useful. Introducing "Think Twice" Word Detection System To OpEdNews
  • Rather than admit this, our dovish defeatists have turned themselves into the hardest of hardliners.
  • It must be said that the defence minister is a little bit more dovish than other people in the ruling elite.
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