noun, plural war·paths [wawr-path z, -pahth z, -paths, -pahths] /ˈwɔrˌpæðz, -ˌpɑðz, -ˌpæθs, -ˌpɑθs/.
- seeking, preparing for, or engaged in war or aggressive pursuit.
- in a state of anger or indignation; hostile.
Examples from the Web for warpath
The Oklahoma Kiowa have joined this warpath; the Yellowstone is their ancestral homeland.
The public criticism enraged Ramsey, who, according to one current employee, went on a “warpath” to expose the Twitter critics.Spies, Cash, and Fear: Inside Christian Money Guru Dave Ramsey’s Social Media Witch Hunt|Matthew Paul Turner|May 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And Bishop, Colossus, Warpath, Blink, Sunspot, Quiksilver, Stryker and Havoc will all be there too.
In London to promote Walesa: Man of Hope, a new biopic, he was on the warpath.
Now, scores of stars, including the actress Sienna Miller and the interior designer Kelly Hoppen, are on the warpath.
It was a long, long time before we were again able to go on the warpath against the Mexicans.
Cullison is headed for town and his daughter is afraid he is on the warpath against you.Crooked Trails and Straight|William MacLeod Raine
A boy must accompany the warriors four times on the warpath before he can be admitted to the council.
Unicorn is a sachem; he must give an example to his young men on the warpath.The Trail-Hunter|Gustave Aimard
What could he have possibly done to put Teddy Blake, of all people, onto such a warpath as this?Masters of Space|Edward Elmer Smith
British Dictionary definitions for warpath
- preparing to engage in battle
- informal in a state of anger
Word Origin and History for warpath
Idioms and Phrases with warpath
see on the warpath.