Definition Of unpugnacious

adjective

eager or quick to argue, quarrel, or fight.

the increasingly pugnacious demeanor of politicians

Example Of unpugnacious

  • A pugnacious , charismatic figure, the potentially dicey situation he is facing at Rangers is small beer in comparison to the personal trauma he has overcome through sheer force of will.

  • A pugnacious manager opens the door and leads us to a living room filled with people - Palmer's son and daughter, his wife, and the man himself, looking dapper in brown leather shoes and a blue Savile Row shirt.

  • A catfight breaks out between restless, wilful Miss Braund and her pugnacious chaperone, Mrs Hammond, ending with a slap from the hostess, the hatchet-faced Mrs Rogers.

  • According to my bird book, bulbuls are pugnacious , and are still used as contestants in bulbul fights.

  • After seven months as a mostly low-profile attorney general, he re-emerged as a pugnacious , crusading politician, fully in keeping with his past as one of the Senate's most passionately conservative members.


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