|NOUN || a warmonger | warmongers |
|SYNO ||militarist | warmonger|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- These contrasting images of Savimbi would play out throughout his life, with his enemies calling him a power-hungry warmonger, and his American and other allies calling him a critical figure in the West's bid to win the Cold War.
- Tabouis was accused of being a warmonger. On the eve of World War II, she was a regular correspondent for London's "Sunday Referee" in addition to her role at "L'œuvre".
- Keng Tawng was the town of Khun Sam Law, the hero of an ancient legend of the Shan people. It was also the birthplace of notorious usurper and warmonger Twet Nga Lu.
- Mandel was accused by some on the right of being a warmonger and of placing his Jewish ancestry above France's interests.
- and said that Buckley was "anti-black", "anti-semitic" and a "warmonger".
- For a while after the signing of the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact, CPUSA members within the ALP condemned FDR as a warmonger because of his support for Britain.
- Kazmatsuri is depicted as a very angry and stubborn warmonger.
- In his first speech since the Capitol attack, Trump attacked the Bush administration for launching the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, and described Liz Cheney as a "warmonger" and "a person that loves seeing our troops fighting" for her support for the Bush administration's foreign policy.
- In Hessler's command caravan, an exasperated Conrad confronts the Colonel, calls him a warmonger, and demands a transfer. Hessler transfers him to the fuel battalion.
- Pelley accused Roosevelt of being a warmonger and advocated isolationism.
- It would also avoid making President Johnson look like a warmonger.
- Mark Ames of "The Nation", Adam Johnson of Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, Tucker Carlson and Glenn Greenwald have denounced Boot as a "warmonger".
- For a while after the signing of the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact, Communists within the ALP condemned Roosevelt as a warmonger because of his support for Britain.
- In a fictionalized form, it depicts Custer's descent from a defender of the Indians from Federal interference to an incompetent warmonger, and the Indians as his victims, and covers events leading up to the Battle of the Little Bighorn and Custer's Last Stand.
- positive but Winston Tubman, who stood against Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in the 2011 presidential election, criticised the award, accusing Sirleaf of being "a warmonger".
- 'Amr was very active in the wars of his Sassanid Persian overlords against the Romans, and was even nicknamed "warmonger" for the wars he engaged in.
- Throughout the early 1930s, Labour frequently disparaged Chamberlain as a crazed warmonger who preferred high levels of military spending to high levels of social spending.
- A warmonger is someone who instigates war, or advocates war over peaceful solutions.
- If he came to a Russian fortress for explanation, he would be assassinated; in case he did not come, the Russians would claim that he was a warmonger.
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