Definition of Mobilises

1. Verb. (third-person singular of mobilise) ¹



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Definition of Mobilises

1. mobilise [v] - See also: mobilise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mobilises

mobile station
mobile stations
mobile telephone
mobileless
mobilelike
mobiles
mobilette
mobilettes
mobilia sequuntur personam
mobilians
mobilisable
mobilisation
mobilisations
mobilise
mobilised
mobilises (current term)
mobilising
mobilities
mobility
mobility kill
mobility scooter
mobility scooters
mobilizable
mobilization
mobilizations
mobilize
mobilized
mobilizer
mobilizers
mobilizes

Literary usage of Mobilises

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1. Mahdiism and the Egyptian Sudan: Being an Account of the Rise and Progress by Francis Reginald Wingate (1891)
"... mobilises a force of 12000 men — Garrison of Shatt annihilated — Rebels repulsed with great loss at Duem—El Birket in Kordofan besieged—Reinforcements ..."

2. A Citizens' Army: The Swiss System by Julian Grande, Fernand Feyler (1916)
"... CHAPTER IX How THE Swiss ARMY mobilises THE best proof of the value of having a citizens' army well trained and equipped, was the ease and rapidity with ..."

3. The OECD Report on Regulatory Reform by Joanna R. Shelton (1997)
"Third, it authorises and mobilises action in the administration. ... Fourth, it mobilises cultural change at the political level itself. ..."

4. Round My House: Notes of Rural Life in France in Peace and War by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1877)
"... the mobilises remained. These occupied much of the room that was to be had, and Garibaldi's army could not sleep out in the streets, for the temperature ..."

5. Fraser's Magazine (1882)
"Had Pari« held out five months longer, I think the mobilises, at least those of my department, would have been more embarrassing than useful. ..."

6. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1872)
"The Prefecture was transformed into a kind of warehouse ; the glittering salons were filled with coats, cloaks, gaiters, boots, and tents ; the •mobilises ..."

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