first battle of ypres definition

  • noun:
    • struggle in World War we (1914); heavy but indecisive battling once the Allies and the Germans both attempted to break through the lines of others
    • battle in World War we (1914); heavy but indecisive fighting once the Allies plus the Germans both attempted to break through the lines associated with other people
    • battle in World War we (1914); heavy but indecisive combat once the Allies plus the Germans both tried to break through the lines of the others
    • fight in World War I (1914); hefty but indecisive battling because the Allies in addition to Germans both attempted to break-through the outlines associated with others
    • struggle in World War we (1914); heavy but indecisive fighting given that Allies and the Germans both attempted to break through the lines associated with the other individuals
    • struggle in World War I (1914); hefty but indecisive combat because the Allies and also the Germans both tried to break through the lines for the other individuals
    • fight in World War I (1914); hefty but indecisive combat due to the fact Allies as well as the Germans both attempted to break-through the outlines associated with the other people
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