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war·path / ˈwôrˌpa[unvoicedth]/ • n. (in phrase on the warpath) in an angry and aggressive state about a conflict of dispute: he intends to go on the warpath with a national campaign to reverse the decision.

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warpathBarth, bath, garth, hearth, lath, path •sand bath • hip bath • eyebath •bloodbath, mudbath •Hogarth • warpath • towpath •footpath

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