brinksman

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EtymologyEdit

From brink +‎ -s- +‎ -man.

NounEdit

brinksman (plural brinksmen)

  1. One who engages in brinksmanship.
    • 1978, Herbert Samuel Dinerstein, The making of a missile crisis, October 1962, page 219:
      For the brinksman, it is Soviet might that will force the United States to accept the new reality of Soviet power that now permits the Soviet Union to have weapons and troops abroad.

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