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of, relating to, or inclined toward war

relating to, characteristic of, or performed by troops

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(of persons) befitting a warrior

suggesting war or military life

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of or relating to the armed forces

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The majority of couples were less emotionally or martially distressed, and the injured partner reported greater forgiveness post-treatment.
1993) Marital communication: Differences among martially distressed, depressed, and non-distressed couples.
The Han heroes are represented as spiritually centered and martially supreme upholders of the status quo, thoroughly conservative and hostile toward any type of illicit, uncivil, or antisocial behavior.
The men positioned themselves as more morally oriented, self-disciplined, physically able, emotionally controlled, martially skilled, or intelligent than civilians, members of other branches, different occupational specialties, and of different rank.
The flame of a Zippo eventually illuminates the sweaty face of Reynolds's 30-year-old family man Paul Conroy, whose frantic kicks can't compete with those of Urea Thurman's martially artful escape artist in "Kill Bill Vol.
Do subtypes of martially violent men continue to differ over time?
Gregory's recitation of the hour of choice, when we must defend, martially if necessary, whatever is truthful and virtuous about civilization, seems centuries later than Eliot's evocation of the spiritual wasteland.
It will prove extraordinarily relevant that there should be a martially adept "wild-demon creature" associated with Tantric Buddhist warrior-monks, Amanita mushroom alchemy, and the furious defense of their autonomy.
Elected" by the assembly of his illustrious and legitimately powerful ancestors (TV 1-34; V 78-79, 107-16), Marduk stands in stark and deliberate contrast to Apsu and his other kingly predecessors in Enuma elis, initiating a legitimate, wise, martially vigorous, and prosperous rule over the world as he has ordered it.
What Moshe Gershovich has called the "good Berber" myth was greatly strengthened, as French officers increasingly idealized the rural Berber tribesmen who made up the majority of their soldiers as France's natural allies against their supposedly more nationalist and martially deficient Arab compatriots.
The knights' song enacts the sense of togetherness that is to thrive under the king's martially established authority.
On the other hand, a martially unsatisfied father may avoid being involved with children so as not to be together with his wife or even to upset his wife emotionally as a response to his discontented feelings in marriage.
11) In Pontormo's sprightly, interlaced design, the destinies of the two Medici become tightly linked, assuring Florence of uninterrupted, 'divine' Medici rule and continued, if martially imposed, peace.