- bellicose: see rebel
- bellicose (adj.)
- early 15c., "warlike," from Latin bellicosus "warlike, valorous, given to fighting," from bellicus "of war," from bellum "war," Old Latin duellum, dvellum, which is of uncertain origin.
- 1. He expressed alarm about the government's increasingly bellicose statements.
- 2. He expressed alarm about the government's increasingly bellicose statements.
- 3. The animal was studying him with bellicose curiosity.
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- 4. His bellicose disposition alienated his friend.
- 5. Faber had imagined them to be young, fit , aggressive and bellicose as well as clever.
- 在费伯的想象中,他们都是年富力强, 逞能好斗,聪明伶俐的人.
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