We have no meanings for "warlike chief" in our records yet.
There they fell into the hands of that turbulent and warlike chief.
The fortunes of this warlike chief were at that time on the rise.
Another very popular poet is Khushal Khan, the warlike chief of the Khattaks in the time of Aurangzeb.
But another fuse had been lighted which, in a still more effectual manner, overturned the plans of that warlike chief.
Girty and Elliott, evidently, were the designing schemers, and they worked diligently on the passions of these simple-minded, but fierce, warlike chiefs.
In ancient times Denmark was not a kingdom, but a multitude of small provinces ruled over by warlike chiefs who called themselves kings.
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