We have no meanings for "warlike nations" in our records yet.
And indeed, in warlike nations there is a good dose of vanity.
But all around us are warlike nations, powerful and restiess as titans.
Only warlike nations march in the van of the world's progress-prolongedpeace has ever meant putrefaction.
The same effect has been produced among the people of North America by two or three warlike nations of the natives.
When Plutarch wrote that "the most warlike nations are the most addicted to love," he meant, of course, lust.
It embraced the whole peninsula, from the Pillars of Hercules to the Pyrenees; and the warlike nations who composed it became completely Latinized.
He had long been collecting troops from many of the most warlike nations, and had got together a force of several hundred thousand men.
Nothing could be easier: he knew the warlike nations of Charles VIII, and the pretensions of the house of France to the kingdom of Naples.
"Pyrrhus," said he, "the Romans are said to be good soldiers, and to rule over many warlike nations.
"It's all that you think it is," said Charteris, again reading his thoughts; "a prize worth the efforts of the most warlike nations."
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