Definition of Militarising

1. Verb. (present participle of militarise) ¹



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Definition of Militarising

1. militarise [v] - See also: militarise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Militarising

militantnesses
militants
militar
militaresque
militaria
militarian
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militarily
militariness
militarisation
militarisations
militarise
militarised
militarises
militarising (current term)
militarism
militarisms
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militaristic
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military
military-academy
military-entertainment complex

Literary usage of Militarising

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1. Roman Public Life by Abel Hendy Jones Greenidge (1901)
"... This militarising of the administrative service is one of the most curious features of the Principate. It gave that service its precision, its rigidity, ..."

2. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1870)
"The faults we allude to are the militarising what is essentially a civil duty. It is curious to compare General ..."

3. The Nineteenth Century (1892)
"The militarising of a purely civil force has demoralised the men, impaired its detective branch, dissatisfied the public; and as soon as it pays politically ..."

4. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1903)
"General L. Pelloux ended by affirming that the decree militarising the railway employes had been illegal, to which Sgr. Giolitti replied that that officer ..."

5. National and Social Problems by Frederick Harrison (1908)
"Modern imperialism and the militarising of nations dates from the accession of Prince Bismarck to power in 1862; and, as he was the founder, ..."

6. The Correspondence of William Augustus Miles on the French Revolution, 1789-1817 by William Augustus Miles (1890)
"I am sorry to see the necessity for our militarising ourselves. I love better to see men engaged in furthering civilisation. France will in all probability ..."

7. Journals and Correspondence of Thomas Sedgewick Whalley by Thomas Sedgwick Whalley (1863)
"... can only sigh over your infatuation. The majority, I know, share that infatuation. By militarising this country, Pitt has perpetuated the lust of war. ..."

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