We have no meanings for "warlike exercises" in our records yet.
The Setch was not fond of wasting time in warlike exercises.
But the whole day was by no means given up to warlike exercises.
She was also remarkable for her mental endowments, and was familiar with warlike exercises.
It was his father's wish that he should join the youth of the camp in athletic and warlike exercises.
Then the youth, clad in shining armor and wearing golden spurs, mounted his horse and exhibited his skill in warlike exercises.
They found him, too, very desirous of learning and most assiduous in practising the warlike exercises of archery and hurling the javelin.
The retreat of the Prophet on the banks of the Wabash, became not less noted for warlike exercises, than for its religious harangues.
'We agree, Stranger, that such warlike exercises are necessary.'
(13) Moreover, one cannot say of riding as of so many warlike exercises that it is useful but disagreeable.
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