from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A course that leads to warfare or battle.
- n. A hostile course or mood: The chef is on the warpath today.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a course of action that leads to battle or hostility
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The route taken by a party of Indians going on a warlike expedition.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Among the American Indians, the path or route followed by a war like expedition; also, the military undertaking itself.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. hostile or belligerent mood
- n. a course leading to warfare or battle
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The organization could do much good in getting more concessions for liquor stores, but it has chosen the all or nothing, slash and burn warpath, which is sad.
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They are all cookie-cutter stereotypes who go on the "warpath," whooping and scalping, and who say things like, "Me hunt-um buffalo."
Before the Red men went on the "warpath" they painted their faces, so as to frighten their foes.
Congress on the "warpath," and being less likely to put up the kind of money needed to do it; enriching vulture investors may "convince ordinary Americans that their government is a racket run for the benefit of Wall Street;" and when all is said and done, PPIP may not work.
And no, by "warpath" I am not referring to the video game, the music group, or the Washington Redskins 'official website.
08 / 12 / 08: Free speech jilted by Muhammad romance novel 'warpath'
He determined to maintain, as he said, the covenant faith of his forefathers to the King of England, and entered upon the "warpath," in which he became so distinguished a hero; in the course of which he perpetrated many deeds of cruelty, but also, as his biographer records, performed many acts of humanity, kindness, and generosity.] [Footnote 101: Stone's Brant and the Border Wars of the American
Slinking back toward the living room, I meet Grammie on the warpath.
Regarding your editorial "The Politics of Foreclosure" (Oct. 9): Amazingly, state attorneys general are on the warpath because a few people may have been treated unfairly when banks foreclosed on their properties.