- aggressor (n.) 1670s, from L. aggressor, agent noun from aggredi (see AGGRESSION (Cf. aggression)).
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aggressor — UK [əˈɡresə(r)] / US [əˈɡresər] noun [countable] Word forms aggressor : singular aggressor plural aggressors formal a country that starts a war, or someone who starts a fight … English dictionary