We have no meanings for "warlike exploits" in our records yet.
Everything connected with war and warlike exploits is interesting to a boy.
He was one of a powerful family, renowned for their warlike exploits.
Daaka himself was renowned for warlike exploits, but he was now a very old man.
They sung, and danced, and recounted their warlike exploits in the ears of the listening boy.
The men meet together sometimes in the day time, to entertain one another with their warlike exploits.
Among the Plains Indians, it was that of an egotist competing with others in the sphere of warlike exploits.
Notwithstanding his past misfortunes, Governor Moore, fond of warlike exploits, had still in view the striking some blow that might distinguish his administration.
He boasts of his warlike exploits, and taunts his captors, like an Iroquois in his death song, and his enemies listen with respect.
Six hundred Indians were engaged, who, being fond of warlike exploits, gladly accepted of arms and ammunition offered them for their aid and assistance.
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