Definition of Appuying
1. appuy [v] - See also: appuy
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Literary usage of Appuying
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1. History of the Consulate and the Empire of France Under Napoleon by Adolphe Thiers, D. Forbes Campbell (1893)
"By appuying therefore to the right, on leaving Posen, they would be drawing nearer to the Pilica and Narew, they would be covered on all sides by the ..."
2. The Historical Register of the United States by Thomas H. Palmer (1814)
"Captain Thomas's artillery marched in front of the right column in the road. It was my intention to have completely surrounded the enemy by appuying the ..."
3. Collection of the Official Accounts, in Detail, of All the Battles Fought by by Heman Allen Fay (1817)
"It was my intention to have completely surrounded the enemy, by appuying the right wing of my force on Can- ..."