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use "warmonger" in a sentence

He is still suffering from deep-seated issues over Lara, and when her memory was mocked by the Shadow Warrior warmonger, Mongrol ripped him to pieces.

Unlike his My-HiME incarnation, this Nagi is outright malevolent and more of a warmonger and mastermind.

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to achieve his ends, and was warily viewed by Dogpatch menfolk as a traitor to his gender.

The contestants circle each other warily, changing their footwork constantly and feinting with low kicks, before exploding into a flurry of action which might leave one fighter flat on his/her back.

She moved over to the window and drew aside the curtains warily, squinting against the light that flowed in.

People were up and about by now, and they looked warily at the newcomers.

Fuzzygoth holds his bottle up warily and mumbles incomprehensably.

lots of soft play equipment including a giant banana and the gang warily Monkey.

The raiders were finally stopped, but now the Dakani coast dwellers look towards the open sea much more warily than before, and have set signal fires upon the high cliffs, ready to be lit should there any sign of more raiders.

Where the course may lead: For most students, Economics is a new start course in the sixth form and often chosen warily.

Cabulas looked warily at the scribe holding the staser rifle.

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