demi-revetment love


from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In fortification, that form of retaining-wall for the face of a rampart which is carried up only as high as cover exists in front of it, leaving above it the remaining height, in the form of an earthen mound at the natural slope, exposed to but invulnerable by shot.


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