We have no meanings for "warlike prince" in our records yet.
Edward III., King of England, was a very warlike prince.
Binlikhish III was a warlike prince; every year of his reign was marked by an expedition.
Albert was an energetic and warlike prince, whose short reign gave great promise of usefulness lor Germany.
As I live, she is a kinswoman that such a warlike prince might well be proud of.
When a warlike prince attacks a powerful state, his generalship shows itself in preventing the concentration of the enemy's forces.
He was a right warlike prince, and had made him ready to fight with the prince of a country near by.
It was not to any relaxation or abatement of his usual vigilance and activity, that this warlike prince owed the several checks he received.
This zeal can be attributed to nothing but conviction and affection, for Buddhism is not a faith politically useful to an energetic and warlike prince.
The most remarkable of these warlike princes were Edward and John.
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