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warmongering

[wawr-muhng-ger-ing, -mong-] /ˈwɔrˌmʌŋ gər ɪŋ, -ˌmɒŋ-/
noun
1.
the practices and principles of a warmonger.
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  • But there is a difference between pessimism and warmongering.
  • Skipping over the bits about his insatiable warmongering, the paper uncovered some interesting information in the epilogue.
  • None of the actions of our neocon, warmongering government makes any sense from a national interest point of view.
  • Her comments were quickly followed by outraged condemnations of warmongering in a wounded city.
  • It is only your vitriolic warmongering that scheming such a scenario.
  • Tyranny and dictatorship, not to mention imperialism and warmongering, thrive on secrecy.
  • Gluttonous, warmongering, nonenvironmentally conscious bad.
  • By stressing how to maximize profits, the piece appears to promote warmongering.
  • But he fobs off his earlier warmongering as an example of a more general problem: academic naïveté and intellectual fantasizing.
  • His family environment was not at all military, certainly not warmongering.

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