Definition of Bivouacked

1. Verb. (past of bivouac) ¹



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Definition of Bivouacked

1. bivouac [v] - See also: bivouac

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bivouacked

bivia
bivial
bivies
bivinyl
bivinyls
bivious
bivis
bivittate
bivium
bivocal
bivoltine
bivouac
bivouac sack
bivouac sacks
bivouack
bivouacked (current term)
bivouacking
bivouacks
bivouacs
bivvied
bivvies
bivvy
bivvying
bivy
biwa
biwas
biweeklies
biweekly
biwreye
biwreyed

Literary usage of Bivouacked

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1. The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents, Narratives by Frank Moore, Edward Everett (1867)
"... the command bivouacked fire in the rifle-pits along the river. The other r the night. Two companies were ordered out regiments remained in the road, ..."

2. The History of Sicily from the Earliest Times by Edward Augustus Freeman (1892)
"The army therefore marched to the Kroto- the shore ; they bivouacked at the river's mouth, and again tory. embarked. They touched at each town on their way ..."

3. Army Life of an Illinois Soldier: Including a Day by Day Record of Sherman's by Charles Wright Wills (1906)
"... the fruits whereof can be seen in an addition to the cemetery, near which we are bivouacked, some 25 Rebel graves, and half as many Yankees. ..."

4. Hampton and Reconstruction by Edward Laight Wells (1907)
"remained where it had bivouacked, and was deployed dismounted to act as a reserve, or repel a possible counterattack. At length Butler rode quietly to the ..."

5. The Retreat from Mons by George Stuart Gordon (1917)
"... after such a day, can scarcely be expressed, — the remains of the Second Corps and the Fourth Division halted and bivouacked. It was pouring with rain, ..."

6. The History of Long Island, from Its Discovery to the Present Time: With by Benjamin Franklin Thompson (1843)
"In 1777, more than three hundred light horse, on their way to the east, bivouacked for the night at the farm of the late Judge Thompson, and made, as usual, ..."

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