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Definition of "pro-war" [pro-war]

  • In favour of a military solution to a political problem (adjective)

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Use "pro-war" in a sentence
  • "As the DNC resolution and growing Republican restlessness on shows, the platitudes offered by the pro-war faction are wearing thin."
  • "Even though we may know in our heads that we're one of many, many tens of thousands actively engaged in the struggle to end the war, sitting alone in a room with a laptop while the news media blare endless loaded stories and spin from pro-war officials and intellectuals, it's hard to feel the power we've built together."
  • "All these violent, pro-gun, pro-war, hate-filled, intolerant “pro-lifers” have as much credibility as Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Karl Rove, George W. Bush, and Dick Cheney, their “heroes”."