One who believes in the use of military force.(noun)
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Use "militarist" in a sentence
"Now if you think about it, the inequalities and distortions of gender in a patriarchal society are very characteristic of social systems we call militarist and nationalist."
"The out-and-out militarist – the believer in wars of conquest or colonisation, or in war for its own sake, as a means whereby the mass of mankind may rapidly acquire all those virtues which can otherwise be obtained only at an expensive public school – the out-and-out militarist is almost dead."
"I want you to call Obama and their Federal Representatives and tell them not to move forward with Obama's "militarist" - solution to the "Border Cartel Drug Wars.""