Aggressors [noun]

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Officers say it allows them to claim victim status in use-of-force cases where they say the suspect was the aggressor.

He ascertained, from a reliable source of information, that Haggard had not been the aggressor.

It is, as far as we can tell, the only war in human history in which Mankind is fully justified as the invading aggressor.

Eda, of course, was the aggressor; she was irresistibly drawn, she would not be repulsed.

The eagle-eyed teacher spied the movement and haled the aggressor to the floor.

The tradition in Geoffrey's day, at least, distinctly states that Oswald's conqueror was the aggressor.

Whereupon, naturally, he came weeping to me, and demanded that I should rescue the goat and annihilate the aggressor.

One rat nipped Fluff-Button's shoulder, and in an instant the latter buried his teeth in the aggressor's quarters.

It was still daylight though it was evening, and the aggressor might have been seen had he attempted to cross their path.

Declare yourself the aggressor then, and I'll take you into mercy.