We have no meanings for "warlike skill" in our records yet.
Is to train up an army of Englishmen who shall not be their inferiors in warlike skill.
At thirty paces distance they began throwing, and the spectators enjoyed a beautiful exposition of warlike skill.
In courage he was the equal of his red associates; in warlike skill, being better instructed, their superior.
But how greatly inferior in warlike skill were Joshua's bands to the foes habituated to battle and attack.
Moreover, the warlike skill of the Romans was far greater than any that had yet been brought against the Greeks.
Our frontiers were pushed westward by the warlike skill and adventurous personal prowess of the individual settlers; regular armies by themselves could have done little.
The native respects the white man's warlike skill, he respects his physical prowess, he certainly acknowledges tacitly his moral superiority in the right to command.
He clearly and gratefully recognised God's hand in it, and traced it not to his own warlike skill or his people's prowess, but to Him.
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