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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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warmongerwar‧mon‧ger /ˈwɔːˌmʌŋɡə $ ˈwɔːrˌmɑːŋɡər, -ˌmʌŋ-/ noun [countable]  PMPGOsomeone, especially a politician, who wants people to start fighting or start a war – used to show disapprovalwarmongering adjective, noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
warmongerDespite the beliefs of foreigners, he had not really been a warmonger.James Madison, who was burdened with the War of 1812, was branded as both a warmonger and a coward.We're not warmongers, but liberationists.Some saw him as a great statesman, but others saw him as a ruthless warmonger.You know ... as I do ... that the Prussians have always been the warmongers.
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