- n hostile or belligerent mood
the chief is on the warpath today
- n a course leading to warfare or battle
- But Aiuppa's grip is shakysome authorities say he has no executive abilityand eager young thugs are on the warpath against the old guard.
- The rest of the battalion, believing the fierce Pathans were on the warpath, hastily took up "stand-to" positions around the camp's wall.
- Right-Wing Activist Phyllis Schlafly was back on the warpath.
- Nelson Chamisa in FOXNews
Up till now I've shown absolute patience. My wife (former Premier Benazir Bhutto) has been killed, yet I've calmed people down, stopped them protesting. I've called no strike. But I'm telling you, people are absolutely on the warpath. If the... Asif Ali Zardari http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asif_Ali_Zardari&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNG-MFvNWcfpnLDJQCaW5T0o1nwiUw Hindu http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/000200802171224.htm&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNENDOpsXlPl4sP0c7rk6hSYHy0FsA Feb 16, 2008
108953 142848 warpath Chamisa said he didn't know what made Mugabe change his mind and be on the warpath again."
- Morgan Tsvangirai in Cape Argus (subscription)
Tsvangirai said: "Militias are being rehabilitated, and a few people claiming to be war veterans are already on the warpath. The Reserve Bank is already printing money for bribery activities (to finance) violence."