Definition of Embussed
1. embus [v] - See also: embus
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Literary usage of Embussed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The 131st U. S. Infantry (First Infantry Illinois National Guard) in the by Joseph Brown Sanborn, George Nathaniel Malstrom (1919)
"... lies and embussed for Pior- regot. June 23 and 29 duty reserve trenches Vaden Line. 105 •Including 8 Ord. Det. 17 attached. ..."
2. The 32nd Division in the World War, 1917-1919 by Wisconsin War History Commission, Michigan War History Commission (1920)
"On August 23rd the artillery brigade was withdrawn from the Vesle and the infantry embussed for the new sector. The Division moved to the vicinity of Perre- ..."
3. ... The History of the 33rd Division, A.E.F., by Frederick Louis Huidekoper by Frederic Louis Huidekoper (1921)
"... 1917; that pursuant to orders late in the evening of September 5th, 1918, the aforesaid regiment marched into CULEY, embussed in ..."
4. History of the Twenty-ninth Division, "Blue and Gray," 1917-1919 by John Abram Cutchins, George Scott Stewart (1921)
"... carried by each man when he embussed at Marats-le-Grande. A thousand rations salvaged by the Colonel the night of the second day relieved the situation ..."
5. Official History of the 82nd Division: American Expeditionary Forces, "All by Army, United States Army. Division, 82nd, 82nd Airborne Division, United States (1919)
"The regiment moved out and embussed at 17:53 hours, arriving at Varennes in spite of traffic congested roads at 23:00 hours that same night. ..."
6. Behind the Scenes at the Front by George Adam (1915)
"The battalion has " embussed," as the orders now phrase it, "at X, and will debuss at Y." The battalion meanwhile is resting. Thrusting your eye past the ..."
7. Illinois in the World War by Illinois State Historical Library (1921)
"The entire Battalion embussed at VELAINES at 7:0x3 PM and left that point at 8:00 PM for new area. ..."