confrontational

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confrontational

[kon-fruhn-tey-shuh-nl, -fruhn-]
adjective
tending toward or ready for confrontation: They came to the meeting with a confrontational attitude.
Also, confrontative [kon-fruhn-tey-tiv, kuhn-fruhn-tuh-] .


Origin:
confrontation + -al1

nonconfrontational, adjective
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confrontation or confrontment (ˌkɒnfrʌnˈteɪʃən, kɒnˈfrʌntmənt)
 
n
1.  the act or an instance of confronting
2.  a situation of mutual hostility between two powers or nations without open warfare
3.  a state of conflict between two antagonistic forces, creeds, or ideas etc
 
confrontment or confrontment
 
n
 
confrontational or confrontment
 
adj

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Aggro aggressive or confrontational behaviour, extreme irritation or exasperation.
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