fort definition

  • noun:
    • A fortified spot or place stationed with troops.
    • A fortified location or place stationed with soldiers.
    • A permanent military post.
    • A permanent military post.
    • A fortified protective structure stationed with troops
    • Any permanent army post
    • A strong or fortified destination; generally, a small fortified place, occupied just by troops, encircled with a ditch, rampart, and parapet, or with palisades, stockades, or other method of security; a fortification.
    • A strong place of protection; a fortified building or inclosure; specially, an armed place for a garrison, provided with protective works, when it comes to protection of a town, harbor, frontier, or other point contrary to the strategy or passage through of aggressive causes.
    • A trading-post on the list of united states Indians, whether strengthened or otherwise not.
    • identical to strength, 1.
    • a fortified defensive construction
    • A fortified defensive construction stationed with troops
    • a fortified army post in which soldiers are stationed
    • Any permanent military post
    • A fortified spot or position stationed with troops.
    • A permanent army post.
    • a good or fortified destination; frequently, a tiny fortified destination, occupied only by troops, surrounded with a ditch, rampart, and parapet, or with palisades, stockades, or any other ways security; a fortification.
    • A fortified defensive construction stationed with troops
    • Any permanent military post
    • A strong or strengthened location; generally, a tiny strengthened place, occupied just by troops, surrounded with a ditch, rampart, and parapet, or with palisades, stockades, or any other way of protection; a fortification.
    • a solid host to defense; a fortified building or inclosure; specifically, an armed location for a garrison, given protective works, when it comes to defense of a town, harbor, frontier, or any other point up against the approach or passage through of dangerous causes.
    • A trading-post one of the united states Indians, whether strengthened or perhaps not.
    • just like strength, 1.
    • A fortified spot or position stationed with soldiers.
    • a powerful place of protection; a fortified building or inclosure; specifically, an armed location for a garrison, given protective works, the defense of a town, harbor, frontier, or any other point contrary to the method or passage of hostile forces.
    • A fortified destination or position stationed with troops.
    • A permanent military post.
    • A trading-post among the list of united states Indians, whether fortified or not.
    • a fortified defensive framework
    • A permanent military post.
    • A fortified protective framework stationed with troops
    • Same as forte, 1.
    • A fortified defensive construction stationed with troops
    • Any permanent military post
    • Any permanent army post
    • A fortified destination or place stationed with soldiers.
    • a fortified armed forces post where troops tend to be stationed
    • A strong or fortified place; usually, a small strengthened location, occupied just by soldiers, surrounded with a ditch, rampart, and parapet, or with palisades, stockades, or other way of defense; a fortification.
    • a solid or strengthened location; usually, a little strengthened spot, occupied only by soldiers, surrounded with a ditch, rampart, and parapet, or with palisades, stockades, or other ways protection; a fortification.
    • A permanent army post.
    • A fortified defensive framework stationed with troops
    • Any permanent military post
    • a good host to defense; a fortified building or inclosure; specifically, an armed location for a garrison, given defensive works, for protection of a town, harbor, frontier, or other point against the method or passage through of aggressive causes.
    • a solid host to security; a fortified building or inclosure; particularly, an armed place for a garrison, supplied with protective works, for security of a town, harbor, frontier, or other point from the approach or passage through of dangerous forces.
    • a good or strengthened spot; often, a little fortified spot, occupied only by soldiers, encircled with a ditch, rampart, and parapet, or with palisades, stockades, or other method of defense; a fortification.
    • A trading-post on the list of North American Indians, whether fortified or not.
    • A trading-post on the list of North American Indians, whether fortified or perhaps not.
    • Same as forte, 1.
    • just like strength, 1.
    • a very good place of protection; a fortified building or inclosure; especially, an armed place for a garrison, given defensive works, for protection of a town, harbor, frontier, or any other point against the approach or passing of dangerous forces.
    • A trading-post among the North American Indians, whether fortified or perhaps not.
    • just like strength, 1.
    • a fortified defensive framework
    • a fortified armed forces post in which soldiers tend to be stationed
    • a fortified protective framework
    • a fortified armed forces post where troops are stationed
    • a fortified protective framework
    • a fortified military post where troops are stationed
    • a fortified defensive structure
    • a fortified military post where soldiers tend to be stationed
  • others:
    • powerful.
    • Tipsy.
    • To occupy a fort.
    • An abbreviation of fortification.
    • Strong.
    • Tipsy.
    • Strong.
    • To reside a fort.
    • Tipsy.
    • An abbreviation of fortification.
    • To inhabit a fort.
    • An abbreviation of fortification.
    • Strong.
    • powerful.
    • Tipsy.
    • Tipsy.
    • Powerful.
    • Tipsy.
    • To occupy a fort.
    • To occupy a fort.
    • An abbreviation of fortification.
    • To entertain a fort.
    • An abbreviation of fortification.
    • An abbreviation of fortification.
  • verb:
    • collect in, or just as if in, a fort, as for defense or defense
    • enclose by or just as if by a fortification
    • section (troops) in a fort
    • collect in, or like in, a fort, in terms of security or security
    • enclose by or just as if by a fortification
    • station (soldiers) in a fort
    • collect in, or as though in, a fort, as for protection or protection
    • enclose by or as if by a fortification
    • gather in, or just as if in, a fort, in terms of protection or protection
    • section (troops) in a fort
    • enclose by or as if by a fortification
    • section (soldiers) in a fort
    • collect in, or like in, a fort, for defense or defense
    • enclose by or as if by a fortification
    • section (troops) in a fort
    • collect in, or as though in, a fort, in terms of protection or defense
    • enclose by or as if by a fortification
    • section (troops) in a fort

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