We have no meanings for "warlike days" in our records yet.
Doubtless, in the earlier warlike days they had served as such.
How far away now seem the warlike days when he fought the invading kings!
The nomadic and the warlike days passed, and there ensued a more quiet and pastoral time.
The warlike days are over.
The monks, accustomed to wild pursuits and scenes of outrage in those warlike days, hastily closed the door, barring it securely.
One end was fortified by a castellated tower, bespeaking the baronial and warlike days of the edifice; the other end maintained its primitive monastic character.
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