Definition of Escarped. Meaning of Escarped. Synonyms of Escarped

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Definition of Escarped

Escarped
Escarp Es*carp", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Escarped; p. pr. & vb. n. Escarping.] (Mil.) To make into, or furnish with, a steep slope, like that of a scrap. --Carleton.
Escarp
Escarp Es*carp", n. [F. escarpe (cf. Sp. escarpa, It. scarpa), fr. escarper to cut steep, cut to a slope, prob. of German origin: cf. G. scharf sharp,, E. sharp, or perh. scrape.] (Fort.) The side of the ditch next the parapet; -- same as scarp, and opposed to counterscarp.
Escarp
Escarp Es*carp", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Escarped; p. pr. & vb. n. Escarping.] (Mil.) To make into, or furnish with, a steep slope, like that of a scrap. --Carleton.

Meaning of Escarped from wikipedia

- the start of a cl****ic valley glacier is a bowl-shaped cirque, which has escarped walls on three sides but is open on the side that descends into the valley...
- The Germans begin to enter the fort through the coffers of the contre-escarpe. June 5, 1916, Commandant Raynal requests the French army to bomb the fort...
- surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the remaining borders. The roughly escarped terrain is prominent in the western border, where altitudes reach 800 metres...
- and "Gallia" bus-tram stations. Modern architectural buildings include: Escarpe, the Doctoral College of Strasbourg, Supramolecular Science and Engineering...
- the Akershus Fortress, and was the location for outworks for Escarpe du Nord (Contre éscarpe), part of the fortifications from early 1600s. The outworks...
- de Rota, Duna de Bolonia, Punta del Boquerón, Tómbolo de Trafalgar, and Escarpes del Río Trejo en Setenil. Autovía A-4 Autovía A-7 Autovía A-381 N-340 Autovía...
- January 2019. "P.E.N. 1998 Anthology, Centre P.E.N. Suisse romand journals Escarpe and Pages littéraires, University of British Columbia's literary journal...
- landlords due to his previous work on Zbaraski's palace in Kraków. An escarped bulwark emerged from the mounds of dirt up to 12 m (39 ft) high, and a...
- Arms: Per pale, dexter Or two bendlets wavy Sable, sinister Azure two escarpes wavy Argent, a chief per fess dancetty Azure and Argent, overall a white...
- éraflure escale (Nav.) "putting in" escarcelle "purse" escarmouche "skirmish" escarpe "scarp" escarper escarpment contrescarpe escarpin "sock, slipper" escarpolette...
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