militarist

[mil-i-ter-ist]
noun
1.
a person imbued with militarism.
2.
a person skilled in the conduct of war and military affairs.

Origin:
1595–1605; militar(y) + -ist

militaristic, adjective
militaristically, adverb
antimilitarist, noun, adjective
antimilitaristic, adjective
antimilitaristically, adverb
overmilitaristic, adjective
overmilitaristically, adverb
promilitarist, adjective, noun
pseudomilitaristic, adjective
quasi-militaristic, adjective
quasi-militaristically, adverb
unmilitaristic, adjective
unmilitaristically, adverb
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militarist (ˈmɪlɪtərɪst)
 
n
1.  a supporter of or believer in militarism
2.  a devotee of military history, strategy, etc
 
militaristic
 
adj
 
militaristically
 
adv

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militaristic
1905; see militarism.
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Example sentences
The lesson from this is to beware of militaristic leaders who are all glory and
  short on reason.
Some see him as a corrective to militaristic nationalism.
And he was further distrusted as one who was predisposed toward grand-opera or
  militaristic solutions.
So, before you accuse us of being militaristic, think about what you would do.
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