We have no meanings for "warlike instinct" in our records yet.
The old general seized, with warlike instinct, on Dumouriez's bold plan.
And the warlike instinct remained by Dickie all that evening.
A child of the forest and of elemental conditions, the warlike instinct was strong within him.
The tramp of armed men and accoutred horses, the roll of drum and call of trumpet, appeal ever to this race of warlike instinct.
Consequently, the tutors of the boy-king were delighted to see his warlike instinct, and carefully instilled into his mind a hatred of the Paynim conquerors.
The tin soldiers had called all my warlike instincts into being.
The crusades, in fact, appealed strongly to the warlike instincts of the feudal nobles.
If they perceive, for instance, that they have warlike instincts, they incite and inflame this fatal propensity.
A rude shock is needed to awaken their warlike instincts, and compel them to show their military strength.
And these were times when it appeared indeed as if England's sons had need of all the warlike instincts of their race.
The very peacefulness of the barbarians, certainly not their supposed warlike instincts, thus became the source of their subsequent subjection to the military chieftains.
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