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Use "militarists" in a sentence
""militarists" & mdash; quite the other way just then."
"Comparing, say, two demographically matched young college-educated liberal women or comparing two demographically matched older less educated conservative men, the one who seldom attends church is likely to be more supportive of the civil liberties of racists, militarists, and so forth than is her more religiously observant counterpart."
"But it is more striking that the same pattern—secular people more tolerant—recurs on questions about racists and militarists, who are probably more disliked by secular people than by religious people and who therefore pose tougher tests for those who are secular."