China is clearly frustrated with its destitute, bellicose neighbor.
She contrasted its timidity with a bellicose anti-Hagel salvo from the Christian-right group Concerned Women for America.
She contrasted its timidity with a bellicose anti-Hagel salvo from the Christian-right group, Concerned Women for America.
In 2009 he published a book defaming Hitchens and Richard Dawkins because he was irked by their bellicose brand of atheism.
In the last decades of his life he became reclusive and bellicose.
This seemed to suit his bellicose eminence and to appeal to his barbaric vanity.
I am the least bellicose of men, I believe I can say I may afford to be so.
It is in the South, indeed, and not in the North, that it takes on its most bellicose and extravagant forms.
The disappointment was felt keenly even by the bellicose cook.
But the men who dominated the policy of Punch in his ultra-humanitarian days remained when he was most bellicose.
early 15c., from Latin bellicosus "warlike, valorous, given to fighting," from bellicus "of war," from bellum "war," Old Latin duellum, dvellum, of uncertain origin.