Verbal Ability - One Word Substitutes - Discussion

Discussion Forum : One Word Substitutes - Section 1 (Q.No. 25)
Directions to Solve
In questions given below out of four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given word/sentence.

One who is fond of fighting
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Aryan said:   5 years ago
I think it's answer is belligerent.

Yazhini said:   8 years ago
He was BELLIGERENT with his cousin during school days.
You have to have BELLICOSE way to succeed in your hearing.

Karen said:   8 years ago
Can anyone make a sentence with both words?

Bhanit said:   1 decade ago
Both words have somewhat same meaning because both means aggressive but according to Oxford advance learner's dictionary Bellicose has desire to argue or fight where Belligerent is simply unfriendly whether or not has any desire to fight.

Apurba said:   1 decade ago
Pugnacious means: Inclined to quarrel or fight readily, belligeren.

Aditya said:   1 decade ago
What about the word PUGNACIOUS? Doesn't it mean the same too?

Dinesh said:   1 decade ago
Militant=using, on willing to use, force or strong pressure to achieve your aims, especially to achieve social or political change.

Nag said:   1 decade ago
Belligerent means just being aggressive where as bellicose is showing the aggression by action.

Aatmajyoti arya said:   1 decade ago
Could you pls tell me the difference between bellicose and belligerent? they both appear to be very similar.

bellicose= demonstrating aggression
belligerent = hostile & aggressive

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