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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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warlordwar‧lord /ˈwɔːlɔːd $ ˈwɔːrlɔːrd/ noun [countable]  PMPGOthe leader of an unofficial military group fighting against a government, king, or different group
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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.
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