We have no meanings for "warlike prowess" in our records yet.
The young hero-worshipper cannot remain satisfied with mere physical or warlike prowess.
Marphisa, sister of Rogero, was a heroine of warlike prowess equal to Bradamante.
They were distinguished by their warlike prowess, their large estates, and their numerous slaves.
But his faults were forgotten in the need which was soon felt for his warlike prowess.
This repute for warlike prowess is what first comes to mind among civilised peoples when speaking of national greatness.
Their energy and warlike prowess made them a terror to their foes, and distant nations pronounced their name with awe.
Some of the noblest families of the realm had won their knightly spurs and their ancient earldoms by warlike prowess against the Southron.
Among a few who absented themselves on this occasion, was the chief of Matlatzinco, who has been already mentioned as renowned for his warlike prowess.
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