U.S. History. a group of American Indians prepared for war.
any political party or group that advocates war.
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How to use war party in a sentence
Pop Art exploded onto the scene as an unexpected post-war party—a daring distraction from the anxieties of an age of austerity.15 Most Bonkers Chairs at Pop Art Design in London | Chloë Ashby | October 23, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
His captivity must have taught him that every war-party would be instructed to bring him in alive if possible.A Virginia Scout | Hugh Pendexter
In spite of his fair hair and blue eyes he has always been closer to the war party than has his father.Ways of War and Peace | Delia Austrian
The sun had not appeared when the war party left the grove and cantered away toward the Kiowa camp.
In the meantime Painted Weasel had ridden away to acquaint his companions with the plans of the war party.
Then a warrior rode out on each side of the war party and galloped his pony in a circle.