Definition of Militarisation

1. Noun. Act of assembling and putting into readiness for war or other emergency:. "Mobilization of the troops"




Definition of Militarisation

1. Noun. The process by which something such as an area of land or a function of government becomes dependent on or subordinate to the military, or military in its attributes or practices ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Militarisation

militancy
militant
militantism
militantly
militantness
militantnesses
militants
militar
militaresque
militaria
militarian
militarians
militaries
militarily
militariness
militarisation (current term)
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militarises
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militarisms
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militarists
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militarizations
militarize
militarized

Literary usage of Militarisation

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1. From Defence to Development: Redirecting Military Resources in South Africa by Jacklyn Cock, Penny Mckenzie (1998)
"At an economic level, militarisation included increasing levels of military ... The militarisation of the South African economy, which took place between ..."

2. Women in South African History: Basus'iimbokodo, Bawel'imilambo / They by Nomboniso Gasa (2008)
"Ceasefire has also been central in challenging the current process of re-militarisation which has been under way since 1998. ..."

3. Out of Their Own Mouths: A Revelation and an Indictment of Sovietism by Samuel Gompers, William English Walling (1921)
"militarisation means a complete and absolute subjection of the workmen to the ... In order to show to what extent militarisation is carried out in the metal ..."

4. Human Rights in Northern Ireland: Congressional Hearing edited by Christopher H. Smith (1999)
"CONCLUSION The increased militarisation of the security forces in the North of Ireland is to be viewed as a retrogressive step in respect of policing. ..."

5. Human Rights in Northern Ireland: Congressional Hearing edited by Christopher H. Smith (1999)
"CONCLUSION The increased militarisation of the security forces in the North of Ireland is to be viewed as a retrogressive step in respect of policing. ..."

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