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aggression unprovoked hostile action against a country by another's military forces. [1/3 definitions]
antimissile used to destroy hostile ballistic missiles. [1/2 definitions]
anti-Semite one who is prejudiced against or hostile to Jews.
anti-Semitic prejudiced against or hostile toward Jews. [1/2 definitions]
antisocial hostile or unfriendly. [1/3 definitions]
at swords' points mutually hostile and likely to engage in combat; antagonistic.
battle a hostile and violent meeting between two opposing sides; fight. [1/5 definitions]
belligerence a very aggressive or hostile attitude; warlike nature. [1/2 definitions]
blockade the barring or shutting off of traffic in and out of an area, such as a seaport or city, by hostile military forces. [1/3 definitions]
bud2 (informal) used to address a male, usu. one whose name is unknown and sometimes in a condescending or hostile tone.
buffer state a neutral country located between two potentially hostile countries and regarded as helping to discourage war.
clutch1 (usu. pl.) control or power, esp. of a hostile sort. [1/9 definitions]
containment a government policy, enacted in a variety of ways, that is intended to curb the territorial growth, economic expansion, or ideological influence of a hostile nation. [1/3 definitions]
détente a diminishing of tension, as between hostile nations.
DEW line a line of radar stations, located along the seventieth parallel in Canada and the United States, that provides advance notice of approaching hostile aircraft or missiles (acronym for "distant early warning").
encounter a hostile or violent confrontation; conflict; battle. [1/6 definitions]
enemy a hostile military force. [3/5 definitions]
envenom to cause to be resentful or hostile. [1/2 definitions]
estrange to cause (someone) to change from friendly and sympathetic to hostile or indifferent; alienate. [1/2 definitions]
fierce dangerously wild, hostile, or vicious; ferocious. [1/4 definitions]
fraternize to have friendly or intimate relations with a member or members of a hostile or alien group, such as occupying enemy troops or civilians in an occupied country. [1/2 definitions]