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Over his decades in New York politics, the Governor’s bellicose personality hasn’t changed, but the landscape around it has.
The bellicose ardor of the stripling seemed to strike the royal envoy even more forcibly than anything he had yet seen.
Naturally those parts of the river which remained unexplored were supposed to be the land of the "bellicose dames."
For one or the other to make way by temporarily backing, was, of course—to bellicose goats—entirely out of the question.
Two bellicose goats once encountered each other in the middle of a narrow bridge spanning a deep gulf and a raging torrent.
On account of his bellicose nature he was given the sobriquet of "Red Hot Jones."
As a leisure-class usage of this kind we have, particularly, that bizarre survival of bellicose chivalry, the German student duel.
They might be magnified by a sensational Press and by bellicose partisans such as the Pan-Germanists.
The Turkish general is a middling-sized, sunburnt man, with eyes as bold and bellicose as an eagle's.
These restless, bellicose, dark-browed people are an abomination to the easy-going, contemplative Prince.

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