Definition of Abatised. Meaning of Abatised. Synonyms of Abatised

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Definition of Abatised

Abatised
Abatised Ab"a*tised ([a^]b"[.a]*t[i^]st), a. Provided with an abatis.
Abatis
Abatis Ab"a*tis, Abattis Aba"t*tis, ([a^]b"[.a]*t[i^]s; French [.a]`b[.a]`t[=e]") n. [F. abatis, abattis, mass of things beaten or cut down, fr. abattre. See Abate.] (Fort.) A means of defense formed by felled trees, the ends of whose branches are sharpened and directed outwards, or against the enemy.

Meaning of Abatised from wikipedia

- anti-tank obstacle. Though rarely used by modern conventional military units, abatises are still officially maintained in United States Army and Marine Corps...
- the outlying districts of the country, such as regions along the border abatises called zasechniye linii (засечные линии) (ukases of 1653 and 1656), Siberia...
- by placing hindrances and obstacles laying road obstacles, minefields, abatises (defensive obstacle made by laying felled trees on top of each other) construction...
- flanking saddles, creating tight killzones over the open ground, where abatises were also deplo****. This meant that the ****anese only had two ways to advance:...
- Watering Place Redoubts. These were three British circular redoubts, double-abatised, with about 200 men each, located at present-day Fort Hill Circle in St...
- Russian zapovednik (strict ecological reserve). Zaseki in Russian means abatises, field fortifications made of felled trees. In medieval times, the Kaluga...
- south to engage the enemy.Gallas had his troops build and stay behind abatises and entrenchments south of the river Eider in Holstein in an attempt to...
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