We have no meanings for "warlike ardour" in our records yet.
But even the noble steed appeared to have forgotten his once so fearless and warlike ardour.
At the moment of starting, M. Prohibant made a few reflections which calmed down his warlike ardour a little.
The warlike ardour of the Parliament and the English nation was the answer to the hostile declaration of the First Consul.
The change, it is true, sadly dulled the warlike ardour of his army; but it could not be called desertion of Russia and Austria.
The peace which they had enjoyed for fifty years had cooled their warlike ardour, and the machinery of their military organisation had become somewhat rusty.
This collocation consists of: