deploy[ dih-ploi ]SEE DEFINITION OF deploy
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He was not only eager but ready to deploy them in a higher service.
Five more of you dismount, and deploy there on the other side of the road.
They began to deploy into the woods overhanging Choke Gulch.
Perhaps they would attack the column before it could deploy.
The great object was now to push on and deploy as fast as possible.
They too deploy, ascend the slope, and march unflinchingly into the inferno.
Capt. Gates was ordered to deploy his company as skirmishers.
It is found impossible to deploy, but they hold their ground.
The regiment was to follow the road and deploy in the meadows on the right.
The British files were now ordered to deploy into line, and fire.