[ wawr-ee-er, wawr-yer, wor-ee-er, wor-yer ]SEE DEFINITION OF warriors
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Their burdens deposited, they took their places in front of the ranks of the warriors.

"You do not know the warriors of M'tela," replied the king with dignity.

They seem to spring from the ground like Jason's warriors from the dragon's teeth.

Was it not, then, the shout the warriors make when they wish to intimidate their enemies?

The prahus were drawn up upon the bank and the warriors were preparing to eat.

Presently he saw a dozen warriors emerge into a little patch of moonlight.

Here lay five people—two of them women, three of them warriors.

These may have been worn by King Agamemnon, or by the Trojan warriors.

This was too much for the warriors, who had been outdone by a girl.

The warriors will fight to defend the city, never as aggressors.