Hawkish in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Hawkish

aggressive and forceful rather than compromising when it comes to discussion, especially in politics

Examples of Hawkish in a sentence

The journalist called the cabinet member hawkish when describing how he attacks other politicians during open meetings. 🔊

Hawkish and aggressive, the senator has a reputation for pushing his own agenda rather than working with others.  🔊

Speaking in a hawkish town, the militant dictator insisted that the enemy hand over any weapons of mass destruction or face annihilation. 🔊

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