acts of unprovoked aggression
(of an attack, or a display of aggression or emotion) not caused by anything done or said.
translation of 'unprovoked'
In 1982 the Israelis mounted an 'unprovoked' invasion of Lebanon as Ariel Sharon sought to destroy the remnants of the weakened PLO in Beirut.
He was unapologetic about the death of one demonstrator and the beatings, false imprisonments, torture, and 'unprovoked' attacks on countless others.
Yet men are still extraordinarily patient in dealing with these harridans and often just smile benignly and ignore their 'unprovoked' attacks.
The US will portray the resolution as a UN sanction for an 'unprovoked' war of aggression.
It's a euphemism to call Bush's war on Iraq ‘a war of choice’; it was a classic 'unprovoked' war of aggression.
A 20-YEAR-OLD Irishman who suffered serious head injuries in an 'unprovoked' attack in the US has regained consciousness after being in a coma for almost a week.
An attack on Iraq would be an 'unprovoked' act of aggression.
Having annexed Austria and Czechoslovakia, he began World War II by an 'unprovoked' attack against Poland in 1939.
Long story short, she was 'unprovoked' , but absolutely psychotic.
There was a time not so long ago when people like de Jesus were written up in the newspapers as ‘man slain in 'unprovoked' attack on police.’
Suffice it to say that this incident deserves careful examination, but so far the thesis that it was a deliberate and 'unprovoked' attack on the hotel intended to scare, or even kill, journalists is simply unfounded.
The December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor was an 'unprovoked' act of aggression by the Empire of Japan.
The most serious was 'unprovoked' invasion of a sovereign state that offered no threat to ones homeland.
Dealing with rude people can be extremely stressful, especially when 'unprovoked' .
The 'unprovoked' invasion, conquest, and occupation of Iraq should never have happened.
The 'unprovoked' audience sang along to her lullabies for disenfranchised poets, tormented lovers and jovial dancers.
However, the attacks were also 'unprovoked' and unrelated to any specific activity, emotional upset, or food intake.
The French claimed the attack was 'unprovoked' , although they admitted the attack came after they had fired muskets over the heads of a few Samoans to persuade them to release a grapnel rope to a long boat.
It is all happening because there are lies upon lies, deceit upon deceit that have been used to justify this illegal war on against an 'unprovoked' enemy, or an enemy that does not provoke us.
If you are embarked on a murderous, 'unprovoked' onslaught on your neighbors, with the general aim of European and then Global Hegemony, then you are embarked on a truly insane course.
The brutality of life on the streets of Waterford city is once again under sharp focus following a horrific 'unprovoked' attack in the vicinity of the Strawberry Hill estate at Ballytruckle.
They could either release the man back into the community, whose sense of social solidarity he had so reinforced by his 'unprovoked' attack on a random stranger, or they could charge him and put him before the courts.
As a temporary UN Security Council member, it has a rare (for an Arab country) opportunity to make a noisy stink about 'unprovoked' aggression.
The International Shark Attack File lists bull sharks as historically responsible for at least 69 'unprovoked' attacks on humans around the world and 17 deaths.
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