Examples of warmonger in a Sentence
fortunately, the warmongers met with overwhelming opposition
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Teddy Roosevelt is remembered by some as a warmonger.
Those who opposed the agreement were smeared as warmongers who shared a common cause with the Iranian-regime hardliners.
Steppenwolf is a real DC Comics villain, an immortal warmonger who Superman will likely return in the nick of time to stop.
Nuclear fear offered another familiar figure for 20th-century novelists and screenwriters to play with: the warmonger whose feckless ego dooms us all.
Bush’s remark, hinting at the brutality to come, shocked staid Europeans, and images depicting Bush as a warmonger soon began appearing regularly on European media.
The Night King, the wicked White Walker warmonger waltzing toward the Wall — and also toward the microphone, apparently, as the Game of Thrones arch-villain proceeded to ask a question and sketch out the entire room in one chilly moment.
For eight years, Democrats brayed about Reagan the warmonger, Reagan the cowboy, Reagan the racist, Reagan the idiot, Reagan the senile, Reagan the gay-hater.
This episode serves, mostly, as a reminder of the costs of war—and who pays the price for the whims of the warmongers.
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Definition of warmonger for English Language Learners
: a person who wants a war or tries to make other people want to start or fight a war
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