Examples of militant in a Sentence
an angry and militant speech
political radicals with a militant unwillingness to compromise on any issue
Recent Examples of militant from the Web
Around 300 ISIS fighters are being held in a 5,400-square-foot territory in Mosul—the militant group’s de facto capital in Iraq—
But a year later, his goal of reconciling with the island’s many militant and separatist groups is in danger of slipping away.
No negotiations The government ruled out negotiations after reports that Abdullah Maute, one of two brothers who formed the militant group carrying their name, wanted to trade a Catholic priest hostage for his parents arrested this month.
Kim said Raishani wanted to join and train with the militant group after helping another man get there.
A 2014 report by the International Center for the Study of Radicalization and Political Violence found that more than half of recruits to the militant group, also known as ISIS, follow Jibril on Facebook or Twitter.
Trump ran as a militant advocate of untrammeled prerogative for law enforcement.
Erdogan said the protesters were members of an outlawed Kurdish militant group and the U.S. police failed to act.
Equally legendary, though stemming from the more militant post-Movida era of the mid-90s, is the bookshop Berkana.
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MILITANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of militant for English Language Learners
: having or showing a desire or willingness to use strong, extreme, and sometimes forceful methods to achieve something
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