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  • n. Plural form of fieldwork.

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Examples

  • During the previous night, however, the Confederates strengthened and extended their fieldworks.

    Cavalryman of the Lost Cause

  • The Rebels constructed fieldworks and blocked the roads.

    Cavalryman of the Lost Cause

  • Stuart wanted to know if the Federals had erected fieldworks along Totopotomoy Creek, a tributary of the Pamunkey River.

    Cavalryman of the Lost Cause

  • The Confederates followed, but Lee was unwilling to assail the enemy behind fieldworks.

    Cavalryman of the Lost Cause

  • The Rebels fought tenaciously from behind their fieldworks.

    Cavalryman of the Lost Cause

  • Two days later the Confederates filed into fieldworks, erected a year before, and halted, three miles from the capital.

    Cavalryman of the Lost Cause

  • More men, not willing to take the chance, scrambled out of the fieldworks and started running away.

    Advance and Retreat

  • They didn't sit and wait inside fieldworks for the foe to storm forward and try to overwhelm them.

    Rulers of the Darkness

  • He deployed carefully, and at exposed points threw up light fieldworks.

    LEE’S LIEUTENANTS

  • After the failure of the attacks in the Wilderness, the movement of the Army of the Potomac toward Spotsylvania was prompted by what Grant had seen of the strength of the Confederate fieldworks on the morning of May 7.

    LEE’S LIEUTENANTS

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