virtute et armis
[wir-too-te et ahr-mees; English ver-too-tee et ahr-mis, -tyoo-]
- by virtue and arms: motto of Mississippi.
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Examples from the Web for virtute
He wrote nothing except the words, 'Virtute mea me unvolvo.'Lalage's Lovers
George A. Birmingham
The Gospel doth not so much consist in verbis as in virtute.The Right and Wrong Uses of the Bible
R. Heber Newton
Ita coquali dignitate pecunia, virtute anteire alius alium properabit.History of Julius Caesar Vol. 1 of 2
Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, 1808-1873.
On a scroll beneath the shield is the motto 'Fide virtute et labore.'Recollections of a Busy Life
William B. Forwood
Those that were so virtute officii still continue; but the latter sort are superseded by the modern justices.Commentaries on the Laws of England