A cry uttered by combatants as they attack; a battle cry.(noun)
A phrase or slogan used to rally people to a cause.(noun)
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Use "war cry" in a sentence
"The rimed norn, now icebrood, raised a deep-throated war cry and ran at the heroes."
"The Thracians war cry had a special name in Greek, the titanismos."
"The sight of him worked wonders; cheering, shrieking their war cry to Mars Invictus, the troops rallied and, with Octavian at their head, pounded along the gangway."