a person imbued with .
a person skilled in the conduct of war and affairs.
It has been steadily assumed for years that the militarist party is the gentlemanly party.
New York Times, Current History, Vol 1, Issue 1 Various
Already we are becoming a militarist and a protective State, but we do not yet know it.
England and Germany Emile Joseph Dillon
They know that a state organized on Socialist and pacifist lines cannot exist if hemmed in by capitalistic and militarist states.
The Red Conspiracy Joseph J. Mereto
And so in its way is the overthrow of the Anwhei faction of the militarist party.
China, Japan and the U.S.A. John Dewey
He was a fanatic in many ways, a militarist essentially, a firebrand always.
The Loom of Youth Alec Waugh
Now if anything vexes me, it is to be told that I am a militarist.
At Plattsburg Allen French
Combine and conquer the militarist enemy and the self-seeking imperialists today, once and for all.
New York Times Current History: The European War from the Beginning to March 1915, Vol 1, No. 2 Various
To the militarist I would quote the case of our ally, Japan.
Parenthood and Race Culture Caleb Williams Saleeby
If things are left where this Treaty leaves them, then the militarist theories which before were fallacies will have become true.
The Fruits of Victory Norman Angell
He has brilliant military qualities, but he will never be a militarist.
Alsace-Lorraine Daniel Blumenthal.
a supporter of or believer in militarism
a devotee of military history, strategy, etc
c.1600, “a soldier,” from military + -ist. As “one devoted to militarism” from 1884.
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the beliefs, ideas, or mode of thought of . a doctrine of an immediate spiritual intuition of truths believed to transcend ordinary understanding, or of a direct, intimate union of the soul with God through contemplation or ecstasy. obscure thought or speculation. Contemporary Examples But beyond that, it also has an aura about it, a […]
any of a class of substances that blunt the senses, as opium, morphine, belladonna, and alcohol, that in large quantities produce euphoria, stupor, or coma, that when used constantly can cause habituation or addiction, and that are used in medicine to relieve pain, cause sedation, and induce sleep. anything that exercises a soothing or numbing […]