2. Noun. One who opposes militarism. ¹
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Definition of Antimilitarist
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Antimilitarist
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Younger Generation by Ellen Karolina Sofia Key (1914)
"Further, women ought to insist that agitation for war be punished as antimilitarist agitation is now. And this new severity would possess all the ..."
2. Political Parties: A Sociological Study of the Oligarchical Tendencies of by Robert Michels (1915)
""During the war in Morocco the antimilitarist propaganda of the Confederation ... was prosecuted for antimilitarist views, he changed his tactics. ..."
3. The Remaking of a Mind: A Soldier's Thoughts on War and Reconstruction by Hendrik de Man (1919)
"... when he was already concentrating his efforts on antimilitarist propaganda. His endeavor to bring the Social-Democratic Party to an attitude of active ..."
4. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1922)
"None the less, the antimilitarist spirit has been strengthened tremendously among the working classes, and it may not prove equally powerless again. ..."
5. The Bookman (1908)
"He has gone so far as to write a play frankly antimilitarist: Arms and the Man. In this play he declares the heroism of battle as nothing but fear pushed to ..."
6. Authority in the Modern State by Harold Joseph Laski, ( (1919)
"A congress of teachers has pledged itself to pacifism, and some of them have suffered dismissal for the violence of their antimilitarist propaganda.80 As is ..."
7. An Introduction to the History of Western Europe by James Harvey Robinson (1918)
"Extreme socialists have therefore been antimilitarist. This means that they have objected to serving in the armies of Europe, and so have sometimes been ..."
8. The Role of Federal Military Forces in Domestic Disorders, 1789-1878 by Robert W. Coakley (1996)
"... it proved an avowed antimilitarist president would not shrink from military enforcement of federal law when he felt all other expedients had failed. ..."