use pugnaciously in a sentence.
Depends on which part of the UK - Scotland has the highest proportion of redheads of anywhere in world (13%) according to wikipedia:[Scots are often rather pugnaciously proud of their red hair.
They remain true to character, with Nixon sentimentally reminiscing about flipping burgers in the Pacific and Mao pugnaciously recalling riding eastward to conquer Beijing.
Consider: The Ron Paul who in 1988 ran for president as a Libertarian spoke pugnaciously of abolishing "unconstitutional" entitlements such as Social Security and Medicare.
By contrast, Jaidee, the so-called Tiger of Bangkok, is the pugnaciously idealistic captain of the white shirts, determined to preserve his country against the onslaught of foreign influence and corruption.
As we climbed the podium, I mentioned that his book title, "God Is Not Great," (which, on the book's cover, has a pugnaciously lowercase "god") was exactly correct.
“An archetype,” Michael interrupted pugnaciously, his voice wobbling slightly.