Definition of Observation post
1. Noun. An elevated post affording a wide view.
Specialized synonyms: Meteorological Observation Post, Weather Station
Generic synonyms: Post, Station
Derivative terms: Look Out
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Observation Post
Literary usage of Observation post
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1. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"FRANCIS JOSEPH: " The ass! He's going to wake up the Greeks.]' [English Cartoon] Imperial Strategy! ni The Kaiser's latest observation post. ..."
2. Belgians Under the German Eagle by Jean Massart (1916)
"The Pretended Observation-post on Notre-Dame of Antwerp. Of course they accused the Belgians of using their belfries as observation-posts. ..."
3. Six Months on the Italian Front: From the Stelvio to the Adriatic, 1915-1916 by Julius Mendes Price (1917)
"... the mountains on mules— —Sturdy Alpini—Method of getting guns and supplies to these great heights—The observation post and telephone cabin on summit—The ..."
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