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belligerent
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The Fountainhead
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  • "That’s right," said Mitchell Layton belligerently, as if he expected everyone to disagree and was insulting them in advance.
  • She spoke belligerently about her work not being charity, but "human reclamation."
  • Most of them were beginners, young, poorly dressed and belligerent.
  • "Steven Mallory speaking," said a young, hard voice, in a way that left an impatient, belligerent silence after the words.

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  • She spoke to her teacher in a belligerent tone and was sent to the office.
  • She likes to start belligerent political arguments to get people to lose their cool.

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