Its first war-cry was stifled back by the brutal and cowardly hand of Destiny.
He not come from tent at night, unless the war-cry call him.
You can't get up in the midst of dinner and give a war-cry to prove you're a big chief.
"That's no a sang, that's the war-cry of the Manhattas," said Sandy, gravely.
Every Indian in camp started up as if hostiles had uttered their war-cry.
The war-cry reached the Palatinate, and Siegfried had to go forth to the fight.
"It is a war-cry," Thorfinn said, and he raised a red shield.
He shouted aloud the Crusaders' (p. 101) war-cry: "It is God's will!"
The Indians were a band of Comanches, as their war-cry had already made known to us.
This is the meaning of M. Gambetta's war-cry 'Clericalism is the enemy.'