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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of defilade.

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Examples

  • Terrain irregularities (such as defilades or mounds) provide initial fortifications.

    FM 44-48 Appendix G - Sensor Employment

  • Rocks lay everywhere, and each hill revealed a new landscape of secret inclines and defilades, and it was all brown-gray, coated with dust or grit.

    Dead Zero

  • Rocks lay everywhere, and each hill revealed a new landscape of secret inclines and defilades, and it was all brown-gray, coated with dust or grit.

    Dead Zero

  • Presumably some feature of the ground defilades one part, for the enemy cannot see into the valley, although, were they only

    Gallipoli Diary, Volume I

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