anti–militarism

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noun an·ti–mil·i·tar·ism \ˌan-tē-ˈmi-lə-tə-ˌri-zəm, ˌan-tī-\
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antimilitarism

Definition of anti–militarism

  1. :  opposition or hostility to the military or to militarism The problem, in other words, lay within the military culture itself. Improve it, and antimilitarism will go away or, at least, truly become irrelevant. — Paul B. Miller

anti–militarist

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antimilitarist

play \ˌan-tē-ˈmi-lə-tə-ˌrist, ˌan-tī-\ adjective anti-militarist attitudes

anti–militarist

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antimilitarist

noun The government came down hard on these antimilitarists. — Robert Gildea

anti–militaristic

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antimilitaristic

play \ˌan-tē-ˌmi-lə-tə-ˈris-tik, ˌan-tī-\ adjective In this new antimilitaristic age, it was customary for army officers working in Washington not to wear their uniforms except on ceremonial occasions. — Geoffrey Perret

1895

First Known Use of anti–militarism

1895


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