destructive aggression

destructive aggression

[distruk′tiv]
Etymology: L, destruere, to destroy, aggressio, an attack
an act of hostility unnecessary for self-protection or self-preservation that is directed at an external object or person. See also aggression, detachment.
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He added that Syria lauds Turkey's stances regarding Arab causes, its support of the Palestinian people's rights, and its role in putting an end to regional wars and conflicts and settling disputes via diplomacy and political means, adding "Syria appreciates greatly Turkey's efforts to achieve just and comprehensive peace, particularly its role as a fair sponsor of indirect talks between Syria and Israel, which didn't reach their required results due to Israel's savage and destructive aggression on the people of Gaza.
The right to parade and protest has been compromised by obscene smears - not so much on Churchill's statue as on the nation's memorial to our war dead - and an orgy of destructive aggression.
We have lost that destructive aggression in the pack, we look one-paced and predictable among the backs, and the self-belief that was so apparent on the 10-match winning run last year has evaporated.
Bad social outcomes like misogynist behavior, destructive aggression, and arrogant entitlement are placed at the feet of all male schools.