Definition of 'aggression'
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I had to pull myself together, show no sign of weakness, drum up some aggression to protect myself. ULTIMATE PRIZES (1993)Sergeant Davis had managed to conduct the whole conversation nicely balanced on an edge between politeness and aggression. COFFIN IN FASHION (1993)Yet more had taken up the attitude of guards, were holding the officers ' discarded clubs in stances of aggression. THE SCAR (1993)
He was listening to reports of the recent Russian invasion of Finland, which violated a non aggression pact between the two countries. LASTING TREASURES (1993)
Trends of 'aggression'
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Translations for 'aggression'
British English: aggression NOUN
Aggression is a quality of anger and determination that makes you ready to attack other people.
It's important to control your aggression and stay calm.
Definition of aggression from the Collins English Dictionary
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