stronghold

[ strawng-hohld, strong- ]SEE DEFINITION OF stronghold
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Meantime the stronghold of Mauburn's optimism was being desperately stormed.

This stronghold Morgan must have if he ever hoped to win Panama.

Silchester was originally a British stronghold, and was called by them Calleva.

Otherwise, not on Morality, but on Cookery, let us build our stronghold.

Stronghold after stronghold fell into their hands, until they were in Urbino itself.

On the following day he withdrew to the stronghold of Spoleto.

“He surrendered a French stronghold,” continued 284 the servant, softly.

The scourge had been conquered in its first and only stronghold.

Honor to him who can lead the forlorn hope of this stronghold of weariness.

The stronghold of these demands lies west of the Alleghanies.

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