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Boys usually express their aggression by hitting each other.
So far they had shown no aggression towards him.
We shall unite to defend ourselves against aggression.
The statement condemned the country's brutal aggression against its neighbour.
an act of unprovoked aggression (=there was no reason for it)
This is the British English definition of aggression. View American English definition of aggression.
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