We have no meanings for "warlike propensities" in our records yet.
Since their subjugation they have led a peaceful life and appear to have forgotten all warlike propensities.
The nomadic habits and warlike propensities of the native tribes are indeed formidable but not insuperable difficulties in the way of their elevation.
Osorkon had not inherited the warlike propensities of his father, and his son, Takelôti I., and his grandson, Osorkon II., followed his example.
It will, I trust, not be deemed out of place to consider for a moment the warlike propensities and qualities of the negro.
Good natured as the smith, in spite of his warlike propensities, really was in the utmost degree, his patience failed under such a provocation.
Belligerent by nature, it was well for their professional character that they had, as clergymen, sufficient scope for the exercise of their warlike propensities.
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