reconnaissance

[ ri-kon-uh-suh ns, -zuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF reconnaissance
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RECONNAISSANCE

It was already dusk when we returned from the reconnaissance.

No reconnaissance had been made in the direction of Tilly and Wavre.

Call it a reconnaissance, call it suicide—one name's just as good as the other.

It was just then that Sir James rode back from his reconnaissance.

I killed it with a stone, and cut off the rattles and continued my reconnaissance.

Your orders are simply to make a reconnaissance and to run no avoidable risks.

"They'll be alerted down there for a reconnaissance sally," he said.

On this day we made a reconnaissance in force, but had no fighting.

He can do what there is to do himself, and would rather be alone, for it is only a reconnaissance.

You would then continue your reconnaissance further to the front.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR RECONNAISSANCE

espionage

nounspying
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