We have no meanings for "warlike disposition" in our records yet.
I must have an occupation, I am of a warlike disposition.
Large men, their stony visages reflected their warlike disposition.
They are, however, easily frightened; and, although fine-looking men, decidedly not of a warlike disposition.
Who were the first people who gave Tallus an opportunity of indulging his warlike disposition?
He was not only unlike the preceding king, but even of a more warlike disposition than Romulus.
He was not only unlike the preceding king, but was even of a more warlike disposition than Romulus.
They are of a turbulent, warlike disposition, and have been a constant source of trouble to the Spanish and American authorities.
I should like to know if the same warlike disposition appears amongst the northern Indians that does amongst those of the west.
It is in vain to argue against these facts from the supposed warlike disposition of the Highlanders, and unwarlike of the ancient Irish.
On account of their warlike disposition, and their association with the massacres south of the line, their presence was prejudicial to settlement by white people.
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