Definition of Outguards

1. Noun. (plural of outguard) ¹



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Definition of Outguards

1. outguard [n] - See also: outguard

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outguards

outgross
outgrossed
outgrosses
outgrossing
outground
outgrounds
outgroup
outgroups
outgrow
outgrowing
outgrown
outgrows
outgrowth
outgrowths
outguard
outguards (current term)
outguess
outguessed
outguesses
outguessing
outguide
outguided
outguides
outguiding
outgun
outgunned
outgunning
outguns
outgush
outgushed

Literary usage of Outguards

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1. Technique of Modern Tactics: A Study of Troop Leading Methods in the by Paul Stanley Bond, Michael Joseph McDonough (1916)
"Supports are numbered serially from right to left. outguards. outguards are stationary groups sent from the supports, and their dispositions and duties are ..."

2. Manual of Military Training by James Alfred Moss (1914)
"In addition to ordinary outguards, the outpost commander may detail from ... to receive bearers of flags of truce brought in by the outguards or patrols. ..."

3. Manual of Military Training by James Alfred Moss (1917)
"Corporal Baker, where do you think I should place outguards? J Corporal Baker: One at the junction of the Mills farm lane and the Chester Pike, ..."

4. Tactics: The Practical Art of Leading Troops in War ; Numerous Illustrations by Paul Stanley Bond, Edwin Hunter Crouch (1922)
"The principal function of the small outguards is to give prompt warning of the approach of the enemy. Each is assigned a sector of the front which it ..."

5. Applied Minor Tactics (including Map Problems and the War Game) Map Reading by James Alfred Moss (1912)
"outguards vary in size from four men to a platoon, but are no larger than ... outguards of eight men (one squad) are most convenient, as they furnish ..."

6. A Military Primer: Including an Outline of the Duties and Responsibilities by Francis Cutler Marshall, George Sherwin Simonds (1916)
"At night it will sometimes be advisable to place some of the outguards or their ... The line of outguards occupies what is called the line of observation. ..."

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