We have no meanings for "warlike experience" in our records yet.
And this is all I can tell of warlike experience in battle.
I would rather trust him than many another of thrice his years and warlike experience.
The warlike experience of his guerillalifehadtaughthimtoknowthefoeagainstwhomhefought.
Since the Mexican War of 1848, petty conflicts with Indians on the frontier had been their only warlike experience.
Such an expectation would doubtless underrate the force of ancient habit, and would also involve a misapprehension of the psychological incidence of a warlike experience.
Dickens had previously introduced Martin Chuzzlewit to "our war correspondent, sir, Mr. Jefferson Brick," several years previously, but the warlike experiences of the redoubtable Mr.
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