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At that time, the Mongolian conqueror Genghis Khan was leading his army on a warpath across Asia.
They had once been very powerful, and could still bring four or five thousand braves to the warpath.
A SHORT HISTORY OF RHODE ISLANDGEORGE WASHINGTON GREENE
The Sioux went on the warpath immediately and brought home forty or fifty Chippewa scalps.
The tuft of feathers fastened to his “top-knot” and the paint on his face indicated that he was on the warpath.
RODNEY, THE RANGERJOHN V. LANE
The warriors need a wise and experienced chief to lead them on the warpath, and instruct them round the council fire.
THE TIGER-SLAYERGUSTAVE AIMARD
I intend that you and I shall go off somewhere on the warpath.
Probably they had been on the warpath and had lost their horses.
They have been off on the warpath, and in time of corn have gone to the enemy.
Probably these presents were proportioned to the success on the warpath.
They had killed two hawks and, decorated with their feathers, were on the warpath.

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