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  • noun Plural form of fort.

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Examples

  • “It is true that Faery hills are sometimes known as forts,” she said.

    Brush of Darkness

  • “It is true that Faery hills are sometimes known as forts,” she said.

    Brush of Darkness

  • The numbers facing each other at Puebla did not appear to hold out any hope for Zaragoza, who dug his forces into defensive positions centered on the twin forts of Loreto and Guadalupe.

    Did You Know? Cinco de Mayo is more widely celebrated in USA than Mexico

  • The numbers facing each other at Puebla did not appear to hold out any hope for Zaragoza, who dug his forces into defensive positions centered on the twin forts of Loreto and Guadalupe.

    Did You Know? Cinco de Mayo is more widely celebrated in USA than Mexico

  • The numbers facing each other at Puebla did not appear to hold out any hope for Zaragoza, who dug his forces into defensive positions centered on the twin forts of Loreto and Guadalupe.

    Did You Know? Cinco de Mayo is more widely celebrated in USA than Mexico

  • One of the most extensive of these forts is Vercovicium (now known as Housesteads), where there is also a small museum.

    Empire's End

  • One of the most extensive of these forts is Vercovicium (now known as Housesteads), where there is also a small museum.

    Empire's End

  • One of the most extensive of these forts is Vercovicium (now known as Housesteads), where there is also a small museum.

    Empire's End

  • One of the most extensive of these forts is Vercovicium (now known as Housesteads), where there is also a small museum.

    Empire's End

  • To forbid them to buy soldiers, guns and forts is asking for trouble.

    Try Anything Twice

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