We have no meanings for "warlike times" in our records yet.
Everything in the hall was suggestive of rude wealth and barbarous warlike times.
A man's power, in warlike times, is more than a boy's.
All landed property in those warlike times, implied military service.
It is, in a word, a good book, and one fully suited to these brave and warlike times.
Primitive times were warlike times, during which warriors were more important than wives, sons more useful than daughters.
Ease-loving Orientals, especially when living in warlike times, naturally used the phrase as a shorthand expression for all good.
They had, in those warlike times, more call for arms and the massive products of the forge than for gaudy jewels and table appointments.
"Ought to keep up our shooting, these warlike times...."
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