warpath

[ US /ˈwɔɹˌpæθ/ ]
[ UK /wˈɔːpɑːθ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a course leading to warfare or battle
  2. hostile or belligerent mood
    the chief is on the warpath today
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How To Use warpath In A Sentence

  • Congress on the "warpath," and being less likely to put up the kind of money needed to do it; enriching vulture investors may "convince ordinary Americans that their government is a racket run for the benefit of Wall Street;" and when all is said and done, PPIP may not work. undefined
  • Reluctant to go back to Lesvos, where Kostas's mother was on the warpath, they decided to stay in the capital.
  • While the upper classes bathed in the summer heat, the working classes were on the warpath. Times, Sunday Times
  • Before the Red men went on the "warpath" they painted their faces, so as to frighten their foes. Highroads of Geography
  • Realizing he has been snookered, Esau goes on the warpath and hunts down Jacob.
  • Teachers as well as employees are on the warpath demanding pay revision.
  • the chief is on the warpath today
  • The injured Una is on the warpath and the lads charm tactics can't defuse her fury.
  • Environmentalists had been on the warpath demanding concrete measures for protecting the river.
  • They are all cookie-cutter stereotypes who go on the "warpath," whooping and scalping, and who say things like, "Me hunt-um buffalo. DRAGON'S TEETH by Keith Miles (Popular Library 1973)
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