English version

warlord in Military topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwarlordwar‧lord /ˈwɔːlɔːd $ ˈwɔːrlɔːrd/ noun [countable]  PMPGOthe leader of an unofficial military group fighting against a government, king, or different group
Examples from the Corpus
warlordMuch, if not all of it, is stolen by bandits and warlords, even before it reaches camps.Unfortunately, most would probably become the fiefs of thieves and warlords.Christopher Plummer is great too as a hammy, Shakespeare-spouting Klingon warlord.This wayward tendency is a great drawback to an Orc warlord.The court was told that they had been promised $ 30,000 to carry out the attack by a Chechen rebel warlord.Every previous peace conference-there were 12-centered on the warlords, and failed.But even policing is not serious enough when the warlords are determined.