But, as I remember the delights of the war game, I cannot altogether regret them.
The men in charge of us were young and some of them pretty green at the war game—but say!
We c'n play that this is a war game, and we've been sent out to drop bombs on the fortifications of the enemy.
You should ask a few of our friends to that war game, Baron.
But their favorite diversion was to play at a war game with lead soldiers.
They were case-hardened by continual contact with the war game, and too careless, perhaps, of flying lead.
There was plenty to be done before the war game actually began.
Analogies are dangerous, but there is a sense in which war is a chess game (as chess is a war game).
Just mules and donkeys; but they play no unimportant part in the war game at Anzac.
And I think her sons are mighty lucky chaps—especially just now that the war game's on.