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Sentence count:175+8 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-10Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: aggressiveantagonisticbellicosebelligerentcombativecontentiousfightinghostilepugnaciouswarlikeSimilar words: militarymilitarismsimilitudefacilitatehesitantexorbitantcosmopolitanmetropolitanMeaning: ['mɪlɪtənt]  n. a militant reformer. adj. 1. disposed to warfare or hard-line policies 2. showing a fighting disposition 3. engaged in war. 
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1. The group has taken a militant position on the abortion issue and is refusing to compromise.
2. Militant mineworkers in the Ukraine have voted for a one-day stoppage next month.
3. The fiery right-wing leader toned down his militant statements after the meeting.
4. The party threw out the Trotskyist Militant Tendency.
5. He is a militant reformer.
6. She was misrepresented in the press as a militant.
7. The women on the march were highly militant.
8. He is a militant in the movement.
9. She is always militant in struggle.
10. We were accused of being militant left-wingers.
11. Some militant leaders want to merge with white radicals.
12. Nothing could foul up their militant spirit.
13. A few militant members of the crowd attacked the vendor.
14. Radical, militant factions want to continue using the hostages as a lever to gain concessions from the west.
15. He was quite prepared to use militant rhetoric in attacking his opponents.
16. Some trade unions have a more militant approach to pay negotiations.
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17. Since his days as a militant student, he has cut his hair, put on a suit and is now the classic example of the poacher turned gamekeeper.
18. Occasionally, such campaigns took more militant forms.
19. Several militant groups are continuing to stockpile illegal weapons.
20. More militant groups welcome the publicity it brings.
21. It was within this sphere that militant challenges to labourism arose and were subsequently dismantled.
22. The Reform commission soon became the most militant of all the defense agencies.
23. Despite his militant crew cut, Bellows looks stylishly moody and vulnerable, and Sheridan could pass for a vanilla float.
24. The modern militant opposition forces who claim power in the name of the sacred are only replaying that scenario.
25. The church militant, and indeed all ecclesiastical and monastic institutions, possessed libraries and were repositories of learning.
26. After the assassination of Martin Luther King, black leaders became more militant.
27. But so far the work force of 330 white collar staff have shown no sign of militant action.
28. The squeeze on consumption prior to 1969 now led to trade unions adopting a more militant posture in wage negotiations.
29. Six months later she went to prison as a suffragette, having lied about her age and enrolled as a militant.
30. This latest move is seen mainly as a sop to the increasingly militant, student-led protests demanding an immediate trial.
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