Definition of Tactical maneuver
1. Noun. A move made to gain a tactical end.
Generic synonyms: Move
Specialized synonyms: Parking, Device, Gimmick, Twist, Feint, Footwork, Gambit, Ploy, Stratagem, Artifice, Ruse, Measure, Step
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Literary usage of Tactical maneuver
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1. The Military Dictionary (1987)
"... attack—(DOD) A tactical maneuver employed to seriously impair a hostile attack while the enemy is in the process of forming or assembling for an attack. ..."
2. Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute by United States Naval Institute (1903)
"... in time of war, and the maneuver was no doubt intended to test the Coast Artillery men and materials, and not designed to be a real tactical maneuver. ..."
3. The Engineer in War: With Special Reference to the Training of the Engineer by Paul Stanley Bond (1916)
"For success in battle the power of tactical maneuver is essential. The immediate purpose of field fortifications is to increase the power of resistance of ..."