Definition of philopolemical in US English:

philopolemical

adjective

rare
  • Devoted to or glorying in war or conflict; warlike.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Sydney Smith (1771–1845), author and wit. From philo- + polemical, after ancient Greek ϕιλοπόλεμος.

Pronunciation

philopolemical

/ˌfɪləʊpəˈlɛmɪkl/