disarmer


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Synonyms for disarmer

someone opposed to violence as a means of settling disputes

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For example, 10 out of 33 grounders, 6 out of 24 imposition minimizers, and 2 out of 10 disarmers were marked as inappropriate.
1872 Bertrand Russell, philosopher, mathematician, nuclear disarmer and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, was born in Trelleck, Monmouthshire.
He cannot understand how Mr Blair has moved from being a moral disarmer to a hawk who seems to relish the prospect of war.
Richard Allen, Reagan's first National Security Adviser, claimed the president "was always a disarmer at heart.
CORRECTION: While the supposed goal of the disarmers is gun control, or ammunition control, the real target is people control.
In spite of the forceful complaints, the Italo-Australians also resort to the highest number of supportive speech acts (21), and they use them not just to substantiate their complaint (11), but also to prepare it (3) and especially to mitigate it through disarmers (7).
Of course, arms controllers, disarmers, and the entire global nonproliferation regime seized upon this vision with delight, holding conferences, planning initiatives, forming alliances, writing articles, and reshaping other related movements into this one.
In the two-party system which dominated in Britain after 1945, it was Labour which attracted critics of Empire and imperialism, opponents of militarism, nuclear disarmers, and activists who wanted detente with the Communist bloc.