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Definition of "militating" [militating]

  • Present participle of militate. (verb)

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Use "militating" in a sentence
  • "When so many of the circumstances militating for full human-rights enforcement are lacking, the arguments for full enforcement of suspected pirates' human rights lose much of their force."
  • "But history doesn't suggest that CEOs find ultimate success by militating against their competitors in Washington."
  • "But in the films of this era, the Marvel and DC era of Hollywood, even when the work is not self-evidently shilling for large corporations (with product placement) or militating for a libertarian and oligarchical political status quo (which makes a fine environment for large, multinational corporations), the work is doing nothing at all to oppose these things."
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