Thesaurus / reinforce
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
We were brought in to reinforce them, and after a five hours' fight the last opponents had retired as far as the Meuse.
A GERMAN DESERTER'S WAR EXPERIENCEANONYMOUS
Sir Edmund Lyon sent off light steamers to reinforce the two hardy little fellows, the French steamers also rushed to the rescue.
THE BRITISH EXPEDITION TO THE CRIMEAWILLIAM HOWARD RUSSELL
It seems reduced almost to a certainty, that the enemy will reinforce New York with part of their troops from Virginia.
These will be required to reinforce the Expeditionary Force.
AGAINST HOME RULE (1912)VARIOUS
Here we have materials for a sweeping innovation which might, if it spread, not only simplify life but reinforce the language.
We received four motor ambulances to-day to reinforce our mule-drawn wagons.
THE INCOMPARABLE 29TH AND THE "RIVER CLYDE"GEORGE DAVIDSON
Nearly all the forces had been sent forward to reinforce Grant, and the city was comparatively defenseless.
THE EVERY-DAY LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLNFRANCIS FISHER BROWNE
He reported but twenty casualties, and threw much of the responsibility upon Wise, who had not obeyed orders to reinforce him.
MILITARY REMINISCENCES OF THE CIVIL WAR V1JACOB DOLSON COX
That the prince thought the place tenable, and meant to reinforce the scanty garrison, I nothing doubt—but he lacked the means.
THE MANCHESTER REBELS OF THE FATAL '45WILLIAM HARRISON AINSWORTH
Leopold ruined the party which he meant to reinforce; he threw the nation into the arms of those whom he attacked.
HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE 1972-1878C. A. FYFFE
WORDS RELATED TO REINFORCE
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