Then they discovered that Assange instead had made deals with a far-right party as well as one that is militantly pro-gun.
That body was militantly against the new Government as it stood.
The Federation was—in its first decade particularly—as militantly radical as the coal miners' union was conservative.
Daphne was militantly cheerful, and, in the drawing-room after dinner, she put the finishing touches to her speech.
Yet men never felt more proud than we did, as we militantly strode off the last steps to the world's very top!
But he never was militantly against religion as far as I remember.
The friends of the Negroes, moreover, were militantly arrayed against their former brethren in the South.
early 15c., "fighting, engaged in warfare," from Middle French militant "fighting," from Latin militantem (nominative militans), present participle of militare "serve as a soldier" (see militate), originally especially in Church militant. Related: Militantly.
"one engaged in war or strife," c.1600, from militant (adj.); in a political sense, it is attested by 1907.