warmongering

[ US /ˈwɔɹˌmɑŋɡɝɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /wˈɔːməŋɡəɹɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a policy of advocating war
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How To Use warmongering In A Sentence

  • We have no objection if this prize is an incentive to reverse the warmongering and unilateral policies of the previous US administration and if this encourages a policy based on just peace.
  • You represent rank imperialism and warmongering - neither of them American traditions or values - so I wish you were not coming to this country.
  • One was widely criticized as "India's weakest PM"; the other seemed to love the epithet of "America's warmongering president.
  • As the war looms closer warmongering propagandists will step up their flag-waving jingoism and attacks on so called ‘traitors’.
  • As the war looms closer warmongering propagandists will step up their flag-waving jingoism and attacks on so called ‘traitors’.
  • They then proceeded to engage in imperialistic warmongering with the Roman Empire. This Lesbian Nonsense....
  • He was a lying, deceitful, disingenuous, hopeless, untalented, flatulent, vainglorious, double-dealing, warmongering, blow-hard ... The Sun
  • It has to do with the intelligence of our opponents, the warmongering intellectuals.
  • Not only is their dominance of evil warmongering in the 20th century a clue but so is their language, a gutteral, wicked sounding langauge which is a clue offered to the disfavored. So Ashley MacIsaac says to me… « raincoaster
  • Miller's particular approach, the warmongering approach, is self-evidently reminiscent of the Bush/Cheney years, in which any domestic reversal was followed by an elevated level on the colour-coded risk-assessment wheel. Frank Miller and the rise of cryptofascist Hollywood
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