We have no meanings for "warlike feeling" in our records yet.
Mr. Gladstone's impassioned appeals for non-intervention lost their effect, and a warlike feeling began to prevail.
There was a great outcry in England, and a wave of warlike feeling passed over the country.
Sometimes, in a wave of warlike feeling, he would draw his revolver and shoot at a mark.
The Indians were greatly encouraged in their warlike feeling, by the intercourse they constantly maintained with the British Indian Department.
A more violent display of warlike feeling is given in the war-dance which is executed by one or two warriors only.
These negotiations were doubtless attended with a beneficial influence, but they could not arrest the tide of warlike feeling that had been created.
Joel Rae was again under the sway of his old warlike feelings.
The remembrance of the archbishops of Toledo, those brave ecclesiastical princes, implacable warriors against the infidels, fired his warlike feelings.
There is a certain class of person who likes to work his warlike feelings off upon the unfortunate alien enemy within our gates.
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