aggression

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Synonyms for aggression

Synonyms for aggression

Synonyms for aggression

a disposition to behave aggressively

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a feeling of hostility that arouses thoughts of attack

violent action that is hostile and usually unprovoked

the act of initiating hostilities

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Bernice Johnson reagon, Cornel West, Suzanne Phar, Loretta Ross, June Jordan, bell hooks, Jean Hardisty, and many others offer us a model of calm but persistent conversation to replace the aggresive militarist model that now dominates this country.
9 /PRNewswire/ -- An aggresive conversion/ renovation program is in full swing throughout southeastern Michigan culminating with the grand reopening of a newly converted Farmer Jack Supermarket in Dearborn Heights.
Vukasin does not think Peerless, in its strategy for aggresive expansion, is acting in a vacuum.
NYSE:CA) 1/20/98 - 7/22/98 Dreyfus Aggresive Growth Fund (NASDAQ:DRLEX) 1/22/96 - 6/8/98 Premier Aggresive Growth Fund (NASDAQ:DGVAX) 1/22/96 - 6/8/98
In spite of the low oil price environment, Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas), has decided to continue to implement aggresive exploration and appraisal programs.
An eye-catching illustration included in the report, which was published Monday, explains why: Despite of being ostensibly committed to solving Europe's financial, banking and sovereing debt crises, and agreeing on certain boilerplate actions like "better allocation of public spending" and "market liberalization," the Continent's top policy makers disagree on the more aggresive policies most experts believe are needed.
New York, May 27 (ANI): Saudi Arabia is coming around to the view that the United States cannot be counted upon to restore and ensure stability in the Middle East, especially in the context of neutralising Shia dominant Iran's overt aggresive designs.
His may be lukewarm to say the least, but I don't think it should be nasty or aggresive.
Especially that of Willie Walsh (BA's chief executive) and his aggresive hard line policies.
He didn't show much on his seasonal debut at Newbury 50 days ago, when he was given an aggresive ride, but fitness could have been an issue and, first time up in a handicap, I'm prepared to give him one more chance to prove he's capable of winning races at this sort of level.
Micko must take great credit for the upturn in fortunes - he went back to basics and turned his side into a stronger, bigger and more aggresive outfit.
I'm not a huge fan of the way they play, but Big Sam and Little Sam have introduced a bit more guile into their once aggresive side.
A TWO-TIME winner last season, Casey has the same aggresive instincts as 2003 winner Ian Poulter and the power to prosper over the demanding 7,379 yards of Wentwood Hills.
With GP styling, aggresive riding position and superb handling the ZX-6R is ideal for twisty country lanes and track days, with a built-in lap timer and a programmable gear shift indicator in the instrument cluster.
Mike Felton, who supervises the ISIS UK Equity fund and the more aggresive UK Prime fund, says he is confident that the recovery is sustainable.