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Definition of "militarizing" [militarizing]

  • Present participle of militarize. (verb)

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Use "militarizing" in a sentence
  • "The detonation filled satellite orbits with dangerous debris; worse, it seemed to signal an unprovoked new step in militarizing space."
  • "Nonetheless, any time you -- the idea of militarizing the border, we saw with the call from Vincente Fox, the president of Mexico, that it takes on a more hostile feel to it, that at least the wording does."
  • "She has had an uphill battle dealing with right-wing conservatives in the AZ legislature, but has held her ground on repro rights, but has had to compromise on other issues such as militarizing the border using the national guard, appeasing crazy sheriff Joe Arpaio and his anti-Latino antics, the list goes on."
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