We have no meanings for "warlike enterprise" in our records yet.
They forgot the warlike enterprise that had already brought them three hundred miles.
But nothing could induce Josiah to give up his warlike enterprise.
Verrina, dost thou know the principle of all warlike enterprise?
Asshur-dayan III., during nine years of his eighteen, remained at home, under-taking no warlike enterprise.
This was the completion of our warlike enterprise.
Albany, also an aged man, was not supposed to be much more disposed for warlike enterprise than the King himself.
But it is otherwise as regards the dynastic interest in the case, and as regards any national interest in warlike enterprise.
My glorious ancestors would never have consented to allow these upstart Republicans to lead in a warlike enterprise of this kind.
A Japanese prince, a Christian, offers to aid the Spanish with troops in any warlike enterprise that they wish to undertake.
John Winslow, then a very young man, wore the expression of warlike enterprise which long afterward made him a distinguished general.
John Winslow, then a very young man, wore the expression of warlike enterprise, which long afterwards made him a distinguished general.
It does not break of itself,-inthe absence of such national establishments as are organised with the sole ulterior view of warlike enterprise.
As this was no warlike enterprise, he dressed himself in the richest garb of knightly hero,-withmantle of ermine, and spurs of gold.
Now, the means of warlike enterprise, as well as of unadvised embroilment, is always in the last analysis the patriotic spirit of the nation.
For this he had been preparing himself during the past months, exercising his body and striving to invigorate his mind, little apt for warlike enterprise.
Indeed, as it was, Agnias had his hands full with other warlike enterprises.
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Warlike enterprise across language varieties