- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reconnoitre.
“Recover the baggage — Cold weather — Overseer reconnoitres the cliffS — Unfavourable report —”
“Ives, comes up Colorado, 1858, 2; reconnoitres south of Grand Canyon, 96; names North Side Mountains, 186”
“- COL., crosses to Long Island, 154; at Harlem Heights, 247; reconnoitres the enemy's position, 247, 248; mortally wounded, 254; where buried, 261; sketch of, Part II.,”
“Knowlton, next morning, marches out from Harlem Heights, reconnoitres "by way of Vandewater's," and comes upon the British posts on and along the line of the Bloomingdale Road.”
“I shall be very much surprised, however, if it is still so when he reconnoitres it this evening.”
“I shall be very much surprised, however, if it still so when he reconnoitres it this evening.”
“Her eyes rested upon him for two seconds in the look with which woman reconnoitres all men whom she for the first time confronts.”
“Lady reconnoitres cautiously from the window above.”
“Slower than his adversary, and failing to follow up with vigor his advantage already gained, Hooker assumes command in person, and reconnoitres the ground between himself and Fredericksburg.”
“Again the ambushed eye opens, and the little corner of the sleeper's soul that happens to be _not_ asleep, reconnoitres.”
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