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Although combative, she was good-hearted, and Caris liked her.
Gaming can create communities of questers, from cooperative to combative.
His brother’s faced reddened and he bit his lip as if to restrain himself from a combative reply.
With this in my hand, I feel my combative ability has been restored to what it was before I was maimed.
Narcissists are disruptive, counter-dependent, combative, and resent authority (rebellious and contumacious).
It was said of the combative German by his opponents that every time the he touched them was like an electric shock.
His instinctively combative nature meant that even the Election Commission would not be spared his ire (as another CEC, J.

As is the case with other primate species, when a lemur reaches the age of maturity it may become combative with its owner.
However, as I mentioned before, Atlantica may be in the center of just such a potential problem that could become combative.
Godwyn suddenly remembered Thomas having just such an intense, combative conversation ten years ago, on the day he arrived here.
This tendency to appraise thwartedness, but move towards helplessness again shows we are striving to be more cooperative and less combative.
When someone behaves in a way that seems toxic, combative and filled with hatred towards you be happy that you are made aware of their behavior.
Also because many kids get raised in two different households, they can grow up angry and uncomfortable with their surroundings and then if parents become combative, they will lose.
Was that him? A strong-jawed, classically handsome man with a pleased-with-himself smirk and eyes that seemed to look straight into Madeline’s in a combative, bordering on aggressive way.
Whereas I relied on charm and friendliness for survival, he, having none of either, had learned to be combative and competitive and managed to hold his own, arriving in Aswan only slightly battered.
Hvitserk and Sigurd swapped places, the eldest brother being keen to have a little combative fun while the troll was still able to fight back (and the middle brother keen to have a little fun while the Amazon was still intent on squirming around on the sand beneath him).
Formerly she had felt that he regarded her with indifference and irony, and so had shrunk into herself as she did with others and had shown him only the combative side of her nature; but now he seemed to be trying to understand the most intimate places of her heart, and, mistrustfully at first but afterwards gratefully, she let him see the hidden, kindly sides of her character.
The other side of that coin, of course, is the natural conclusion that civilization has to be accompanied by a combative spirit— aggression leads to civilization? Or vice versa? Chicken or egg, the result doesn’t change any, does it? Whatever the scientific differences are, the Ainu of Japan, Australia’s Abos, African Bushmen and maybe even the Inuit of the frozen north are not the same type of humans as the other so-called Indian-types, at least as far as killing other humans goes.

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