Definition of Join battle
1. Verb. Engage in a conflict. "The battle over health care reform was joined"
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Literary usage of Join battle
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1. The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart by Walter Scott (1829)
"... Blucher—Bluchers Position—Number of Troops on both Sides—Mutual Hostility of the Prussians and the French—The two Armies join Battle—Vicissitudes of the ..."
2. A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen by Robert Chambers (1835)
"Pembroke returned for answer, that the day was too lar spent, but that he would be ready to join battle on the morrow. Satisfied viiu\ this acceptance, ..."
3. A Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament: Including the Biblical by Wilhelm Gesenius, Edward Robinson (1844)
"... to join battle, to begin the fght, IK. 20, 14. 2Chr. 13,3. 6. vrB:-i? 1BX 1DX to bind a binding (interdict) upon oneself, ie to bind oneself by a vow of ..."
4. The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. by Walter Scott (1827)
"... Position — Number of Troops on both Sides — Mutual Hostility of the Prussians and the French — The two Armies join Battle — Vicissitudes of the Contest ..."