aggression

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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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White misogyny, as well as racism, is reflected in the heavy sprinkling of "muthafuckas," "niggas" and the general virulence and aggressivity of the language not about White people, but about Black.
Since NHTSA has failed to regulate SUVs, they are most likely to be made safer by higher insurance rates and products liability lawsuits brought against the SUV manufacturers on the theory of aggressivity, much as the crashworthiness doctrine adopted in Larsen v.
However, it does not help us determine whether the fault lies in parental aggressivity or lack of communication (or both).
In the age of Black Power, grim longevity, painful aggressivity, admonition, and thrusting all seem to be positive attributes
This unique new design enhances protection of occupants during a frontal collision, while at the same time reducing aggressivity to other vehicles.
The comorbid disorder that is most often implicated as a confound to the link between ADHD and alcohol is conduct disorder (CD), or more broadly, the antisocial spectrum of behavior that includes aggressivity and oppositional defiant disorder in childhood, CD in adolescence, and antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) in adulthood.
He said applied psychologists in Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, the Netherlands, and Switzerland estimate that 30 percent to 80 percent of all traffic accidents are due to driver aggressivity.
If all the characters in Shopping for Fangs are attempting to escape an image of Asian identity predicated on a lack of aggressivity, the film's title acutely figures the process of acquiring an identity in terms of an act of consumption (i.
She even appears, at least initially, to have pre-empted the position of interlocutor, firing questions at Stevens with some aggressivity.
Although withdrawal and truancy can be indicators of child sexual abuse, a sudden increase in aggressivity or a pattern of coming to school early and leaving late can also be warning signs of abuse (Salter, 1988; Schultz & Jones, 1983).
The system helps deliver even better protection for vehicle occupants while at the same time reducing aggressivity toward other vehicles in a frontal collision.
In this scene, Rufus tortures him with aligned specificities of their relation in an almost violent aggressivity of unveiling: He details sexual acts with women and the unspoken particularities of the relations of "race" circulating in his friendship with Vivaldo.
Other things that can be done to reduce the aggressivity of the bags include using certain folding patterns, tethering the inside of the bag, and using two-stage inflators.
The Federation Internationale de Football Associations, the world soccer body, had hoped that subjecting the game to American sports culture--hooligan free, co-ed, and saturated with commodity values--would defuse its class consciousness, and would exorcise the male aggressivity of fans whose "love" of a team functions like adulterous devotion to a mistress until late in life.
With its unibody frame design, the SUT Concept provides a high level of occupant protection along with reduced aggressivity toward other vehicles in a frontal collision.