Activity aiming at opposing or preventing terrorism.(noun)
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Use "antiterrorism" in a sentence
"The bodyguards, therefore, are generally either foreign mercenaries, or ex-Army officers trained in "antiterrorism" at a clandestine intelligence - and - torture school such as the one the U.S. runs in Georgia."
"The database is used by the Homeland Security Department to help divvy up the hundreds of millions of dollars in antiterrorism grants each year, including the program announced in May that cut money to New York City and Washington by 40 percent, while significantly increasing spending for cities including Louisville, Ky., and Omaha."
"Pipes, an outspoken advocate of racial and ethnic profiling in antiterrorism policy, demurred."