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  • n. A soldier who escalades.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who enters a fortified or other place by escalade.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. someone who gains access by the use of ladders


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  • Here and there an escalader escaped the fire from the watch-towers, and hung half over the wall, but dropped alive into the courtyard, only to be bayoneted by the Frenchman.

    The Golden Silence

  • Mrs. Suha have talked about youth and about how can volunteering projects improve the person personal future and the future of his community, actually she was very convening! she has told a very inspiring story that happened with her about her getting up the escalader and that she was going up while the escalader was going down, she has said that if she stopped for a second while she's trying to get up there that she'll get back to the place she started, and that this is how she see's life, that you have to climb your way up and never stop for a second or look back .. true and well said!

    Qwaider Planet

  • I like to be an escalader when the forts of love are stormed. "

    Old Saint Paul's A Tale of the Plague and the Fire


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