Meaning of militantly in English:

militantly

Pronunciation /ˈmɪlɪt(ə)ntli/

Translate militantly into Spanish

adverb

See militant

‘I hate it when someone calls me a ‘techie’ - almost as much as I loathe being called a ‘guru’ but not quite as much as I detest people who militantly cling to their own ignorance.’
  • ‘The hip-hop ethos can trace its genealogy to the emergence in that decade of a black ideology that equated black strength and authentic black identity with a militantly adversarial stance toward American society.’
  • ‘What are worth defending, robustly and militantly, are the universal liberal democratic values in our society that exist alongside the crass, antiquated remnants of feudalism and the mistaken attempts to appease religious lobbies.’
  • ‘I don't know if the distinction is necessary, but if that's the term that best evokes a brash, unpolished chorus of spattering vocals and militantly unceasing distortion, then so be it.’
  • ‘That view, if militantly enforced, constitutes what seems dangerous to most evangelicals: the strict and entire separation of God from state.’