bellicose

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of, relating to, or inclined toward war

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having or showing a ready disposition to fight

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As the war has dragged on, this is changing somewhat, but the default position of the official Right is still bellicosely pro-Iraq War and pro-intervention.
In his autobiography, Chuck Jones recalls a meeting with studio head Harry Warner during which Warner bellicosely stated that the only thing he knew about his animation division was that it made Mickey Mouse cartoons--which, in fact, were made by Disney.
as Edith bellicosely commented: 'I know you must loathe my sticking in these putrid things [love scenes] and then fighting for them.
But Hey maintains a critical evenhandedness that scholars will find useful, and the fact that she is not as bellicosely left wing as many of her dependencia forebears is both a sign of the times and a tribute to her serious scholarship.
However positive, even bellicosely upbeat Starzl's testimony about the development of organ transplantation and his relationship to it may be, his memoirs are nonetheless pervaded by a sense of mourning for the losses it has involved, by the realization that "all triumphs in medicine are the forgotten sorrows of past days" (p.