Recent Examples of war cry from the Web
Not a brave war cry, but screams of terror and madness.
Trump softened Bannon’s full-on war cry a bit on Monday.
With its biturbo assembly nestled in the fiery bosom of the V8 cylinder heads, the GT R generates 516 lb ft of torque from 1,900-5,500 rpm, accompanied by a guttural war cry and crisp, crumpling upshifts.
Those words remain both a war cry of an underdog and an albatross after a dismal downturn.
Early on in the ceremony, though, Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, and Dolly Parton set the tone by going a bit off-script to turn a cute 9 to 5 reunion into a rousing, feminist war cry.
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First Known Use of war cry
WAR CRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of war cry for English Language Learners
: a shouted word or sound used by fighters in battle to give each other courage or to frighten their enemy
: a phrase or saying that is used to make people support an idea, a cause, etc.
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