aggressor
Noun

aggressor (plural aggressors)

  1. The person or country that first attacks or makes an aggression; that begins hostility or a quarrel; an assailant.
Translations
Aggressor
Proper noun
  1. a fictional state created by the United States Army for maneuver and military exercise purposes in the 1950's
    In recent years the Aggressor Homeland has been modifying its logistical organization and procedures in an effort to meet the requirements of mobile and fast-moving forces in modern warfare. (Handbook on Aggressor: Field Manual ↗, United States Department of the Army, June 1973)
Noun

aggressor (plural aggressors)

  1. a citizen/subject of the fictional Aggressor state



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