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  • These warriors could go back into battle until they were killed again.
  • War parties were made up of individual warriors and a selected war chief.
  • They loved each other very much until the young warrior was sent to battle.
  • But three hundred years have passed; his family and fellow warriors are all dead.
  • Before setting out for war the warriors organized themselves into war parties.
  • He also had to have the respect of all the other warriors in the band.
  • He would take this warrior's place and go to the Indian camp. Cited from The Scouts of the Valley, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • She sees a group of village girls being attacked by a band of warriors.
  • If there were a separate class of warriors, it probably consisted of single young men.
  • But she was a warrior's daughter, and she would not be put off. Cited from The Ward of King Canute by Ottilie A. Liljencrantz
  • Boys were highly respected because they would become warriors and might die young in battle.
  • The warrior's life was a chance to change one's social status.
  • It was also used to transport goods for trade, and warriors took them to battle.
  • Many a stout warrior gave up the fight to join his family again.
  • Together, they fought through the night and one by one the attacking warriors fell.
  • He also killed the warrior's horse to prevent his escape.
  • He also killed the warrior's horse to prevent his escape.
  • She asks why he decided to become a great warrior but he says he was born into it.
  • However, he himself had chosen to stay in the warrior's family. Cited from American Indian stories, by Zitkala-Sa
  • From the Early Modern period, their name has become a term for female warriors in general.
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Synonyms of warrior

Meaning of warrior

  • noun Someone engaged in or experienced in warfare