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One who remains stalwart and undiscouraged in the face of adversity. The phrase is often applied to politicians who are nominated for higher offices but ultimately are not elected. The other party's candidate is so strong that we need to nominate a happy warrior who can gracefully shoulder the disappointments we may face.
social justice warrior
A derisive term for someone who supports or upholds very liberal or progressive views on social issues. This phrase typically implies that such a person is overzealous or disingenuous. Often abbreviated SJW. These social justice warriors want to control every aspect of our lives! Betsy used to be pretty moderate in her political views, but she turned into a total social justice warrior in college.
A species of ant that is known to travel in armies and capture other ants. In today's class, we will study the behavior of the warrior ant.
Someone who very actively or enthusiastically pursues or engages in some activity or hobby on the weekend, as due to having regular employment or other obligations during the week. Our soccer team is just a bunch of weekend warriors who have jobs and families to look after during the week. I still love video games, but I'm more of a weekend warrior these days.
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n. a member of the military reserves. I wanted to be a weekend warrior and get some of the educational benefits.
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