Definition of Laagering
1. laager [v] - See also: laager
Lexicographical Neighbors of Laagering
Literary usage of Laagering
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Professional Papers by the Corps of Royal Engineers ... Royal Engineers by Great Britain Army. Royal Engineers, Royal Engineers' Institute (Great Britain) (1882)
"Roughly speaking, laagering the waggons consisted in arranging them in a ring, enclosing a space wherein the cattle were penned at night. ..."
2. All Adventure by H. Rider Haggard (2001)
"... I will not mention which, as to the necessity of laagering, that is, forming fortified camps, as soon as Zululand was entered, since from my intimate ..."
3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1879)
"Unfortunately, this shape (a triangle, with an acute angle at the bottom of the ravine) did not suit the laagering of cattle, and in one night over forty ..."
4. The Development of the British Empire by Howard Robinson (1922)
"The emigrant Boers were able to withstand this fearless onslaught only by "laagering" their wagons; that is, by forming them in a compact circle much as the ..."
5. On the South African Frontier: The Adventures and Observations of an by William Harvey Brown (1899)
"... scouting trip to the left of the column, and in doing so, he kindly gave me permission to return to the last laagering-place, to look for the cheetah. ..."
6. South Africa: A Study in Colonial Administration and Development by William Basil Worsfold (1895)
"He crossed the Tugela with the force he had collected, and advanced carefully, laagering at every stage, until he arrived at the neighbourhood of ..."