Simple past tense and past participle of militarise.(verb)
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Use "militarised" in a sentence
"But, again, he cautions that "symbolically in Britain people have never been comfortable with the idea of militarised force on the streets" and no UK prime minister would want to be remembered as the one who broke this decades-long tradition."
"I'd be interested to hear your opinions about the fatwah by Ken Livingstone's bosom chum, Yusuf al-Qaradawi, in which he declares that Israeli civilians, including pregnant women and children are fair targets for suicide terror because Israeli women are "militarised" and their babies will grow up to be soldiers."
"I had been "militarised" for no more than four days."