We have no meanings for "warlike appearance" in our records yet.
His very name was given him because of his gory, warlike appearance.
They had a warlike appearance, a physiognomy and costume different from the Fezzaners.
And now matters were assuming a more and more warlike appearance.
The children cling to their father, proud of his warlike appearance.
Strange, medieval armor and two wicked-looking swords gave him a most warlike appearance.
The chiefs and men were all well dressed, and exhibited quite a warlike appearance.
We mustered altogether some eighteen sail of vessels or more, and a very warlike appearance we made.
Every thing was assuming a warlike appearance.
I can't understand their warlike appearance, though.
One peculiarity of the Casa Grande-thegreat house of the Company-wasthe warlike appearance of everybody in it.
But they carried no shields and wore no head-dress or armlets; indeed, every warlike appearance was carefully avoided.
Altogether we presented a tolerably warlike appearance, sufficient, we hoped, to make the savages treat us with respect.
Their chairs were black and formed a marked contrast to the warlike appearance of the knights who attended the solemn gathering.
Mourooa, who was now in my boat, probably thinking that this warlike appearance hindered us from landing, ordered them to retire back.
Nobody could answer this question, and, not liking the warlike appearance of the old gentleman and his sword, we felt a little anxious.
But in a moment the noise ceased, and all eyes were turned toward Jurand, whose cheeks reddened and he assumed his wonted warlike appearance.
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