outwork

[ verb out-wurk; noun out-wurk ]SEE DEFINITION OF outwork
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUTWORK

An outwork which has three salient angles at the head and two inwards.

Good fame is an outwork that defends them all and renders them all valuable.

Good fame is an outwork, that defends them all, and renders them all valuable.

The wonder is, that they have not fortified the rock as an outwork to their fort.

It took a fortnight's hard work before the outwork was completed.

In the centre of the stream there is an island, and upon this an outwork was constructed.

Barras or barrace is a barrier or outwork before a fortress, usually of wood.

Work harder than the next man, who is going to try to outwork you.

The outwork was therefore recovered by the besieged—were they able to keep it?

Ceremony is necessary as the outwork and 20 defence of manners.

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