Definition of Enfiladed

1. Verb. (past of enfilade) ¹



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Definition of Enfiladed

1. enfilade [v] - See also: enfilade

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enfiladed

enfermedad mental
enfested
enfetter
enfettered
enfettering
enfetters
enfever
enfevered
enfevering
enfevers
enfierce
enfierced
enfierces
enfilade
enfilade fire
enfiladed (current term)
enfilades
enfilading
enfiled
enfire
enfired
enfires
enfiring
enfix
enfixed
enfixes
enfixing
enflame
enflamed
enflames

Literary usage of Enfiladed

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1. Two Wars: an Autobiography of General Samuel G. French ...: Mexican War; War by Samuel Gibbs French (1901)
"Cassville—The Line of Battle—Hood's Line Not enfiladed—History of that Conference—Two Lieutenant Generals Invite Their Commander to a Council of ..."

2. The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents, Narratives by Frank Moore, Edward Everett (1866)
"... it was discovered that the enemy had advanced from his right across the field, and had enfiladed our position. Our men were then suffering severely from ..."

3. The Story of One Regiment: The Eleventh Maine Infantry Volunteers in the War by Maine Infantry 11th Regt., 1861-1866 (1896)
"... Fire—A Momentary Check—A Desperate Assault—Our Left enfiladed—A Graphic Pen Picture by Sergeant Miller—Our Loss in Officers—Captain Merrill in ..."

4. History of the Reformed Religion in France by Edward Smedley (1834)
"... and the artillery mounted upon its face, the batteries which enfiladed the port from its opposite abutments, and the fleet moored at its entrance, ..."

5. A Military Dictionary: Or, Explaination of the Several Systems of Discipline by William Duane (1810)
"This line must be perfectly enfiladed from the со. vert-way and the half-moon, &c that it m.iy be of no service to the enemy, in case he gets possession of ..."

6. A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain by Bernard Burke (1862)
"Oof—A «word in pole, arg., hilt m chief, or, enfiladed with »bomin heart, gu.. mil between two wings expanded, arg. ..."

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