Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of outrange.

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Examples

  • After a rapid but critical inspection of the position held by Magruder, he hurried back to Richmond with a gloomy, grim report: The line was too long for the force that occupied it; engineering had been poor; superior Federal ordnance, outranging the antiquated smoothbore guns of the Confederates, could destroy the works at Yorktown and across the river at Gloucester Point.

    LEE’S LIEUTENANTS

  • After a rapid but critical inspection of the position held by Magruder, he hurried back to Richmond with a gloomy, grim report: The line was too long for the force that occupied it; engineering had been poor; superior Federal ordnance, outranging the antiquated smoothbore guns of the Confederates, could destroy the works at Yorktown and across the river at Gloucester Point.

    LEE’S LIEUTENANTS

  • The British 25-pounder was a fine gun, outranging the American 105 mm by 13,400 yards to 12,200, and was immensely valuable for “keeping heads down”.

    Overlord D-Day And The Battle for Normandy

  • The British 25-pounder was a fine gun, outranging the American 105 mm by 13,400 yards to 12,200, and was immensely valuable for “keeping heads down”.

    Overlord D-Day And The Battle for Normandy

  • The British 25-pounder was a fine gun, outranging the American 105 mm by 13,400 yards to 12,200, and was immensely valuable for “keeping heads down”.

    Overlord D-Day And The Battle for Normandy

  • The British 25-pounder was a fine gun, outranging the American 105 mm by 13,400 yards to 12,200, and was immensely valuable for “keeping heads down”.

    Overlord D-Day And The Battle for Normandy

  • After a rapid but critical inspection of the position held by Magruder, he hurried back to Richmond with a gloomy, grim report: The line was too long for the force that occupied it; engineering had been poor; superior Federal ordnance, outranging the antiquated smoothbore guns of the Confederates, could destroy the works at Yorktown and across the river at Gloucester Point.

    Lee’s Lieutenants

  • After a rapid but critical inspection of the position held by Magruder, he hurried back to Richmond with a gloomy, grim report: The line was too long for the force that occupied it; engineering had been poor; superior Federal ordnance, outranging the antiquated smoothbore guns of the Confederates, could destroy the works at Yorktown and across the river at Gloucester Point.

    Lee’s Lieutenants

  • After a rapid but critical inspection of the position held by Magruder, he hurried back to Richmond with a gloomy, grim report: The line was too long for the force that occupied it; engineering had been poor; superior Federal ordnance, outranging the antiquated smoothbore guns of the Confederates, could destroy the works at Yorktown and across the river at Gloucester Point.

    Lee’s Lieutenants

  • In front of him lay a superior force of the enemy with guns far outranging his own obsolete muzzle-loaders, and during the afternoon disquieting rumours, which might be true, of another commando at Springfield had reached him.

    The Second Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers in the South African War With a Description of the Operations in the Aden Hinterland

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