- n. Plural form of reinforcement.
“MCINTYRE: General Jones says he did not use the term reinforcements because that connotes a panic and desperation he says is unwarranted.”
“Even after calling in reinforcements from the army, the security forces were often driven back.”
““Once the forest station receives the alert, the rangers can then marshal reinforcements from the nearby fire station to put out the fire.””
“Playing politics while our soldiers are in need of reinforcements is bordering on criminal.”
“Fortunately, the slight delay gave Linda a chance to call in reinforcements before heading to Star Labs, where Jai and Iris attempt to help out their dad.”
“How else can you turn a failure into a success without pouring in reinforcements?”
“You don't always have to pay top dollar to bring in reinforcements and bartering can also give you terrific opportunities to network and promote your own particular strengths with others.”
“Al Qaeda sent in reinforcements, who were caught in a firefight that lasted several hours, killing another nine al Qaeda members.”
“With patients like these, all I am is a coach who doesn't do much more than stand on the sidelines, occasionally acting as a relief pitcher or pinch hitter for them when the score gets close, sometimes bringing in reinforcements when our opponents are tough.”
“Meanwhile, the Canadian military is dismissing rumours of a potential battle with insurgents, even as Canadian and Afghan soldiers are bringing in reinforcements following a surge of Taliban activity north of the city in the Arghandab district.”
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