Examples of militarism in a Sentence
The administration has been criticized for the militarism of its foreign policy.
Recent Examples of militarism from the Web
King had concluded that militarism, like poverty, was stalling the U.S. from living up to its ideals.
In Thailand, the government has responded to a long-running Malay Muslim insurgency in its southern provinces by fostering a Buddhist militarism, encouraging monks in local temples to ally with the armed forces.
Trump’s interest in having a large-scale military parade now is likely to receive a mixed reception, especially among those who are concerned about nationalism, militarism or the president’s past praise for authoritarian leaders.
Nevertheless, Bannon recognized that Kuttner, like other progressives, shared his antipathy to free trade and militarism.
King’s efforts to achieve economic justice and his fight against the war in Vietnam and against militarism in general turned against him some people who had supported his calls for civil rights.
Not standing idly by in the White House while Iranians protested a fixed election in 2009, then advocating a nuclear agreement that bankrolled the theocratic regime’s expansionism and militarism and corruption.
King was a staunch anti-war activist and spoke firmly against U.S. militarism in the Vietnam War.
No clear event, no Reichstag fire, marked the moment when the country lurched into militarism.
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First Known Use of militarism
MILITARISM Defined for English Language Learners
: the opinions or actions of people who believe that a country should use military methods, forces, etc., to gain power and to achieve its goals
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