Definition of Stormings
1. storming [n] - See also: storming
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Literary usage of Stormings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Cabinet History of England, Civil, Military and Ecclesiastical: From the by Charles MacFarlane (1851)
"... over the continent of India, and had exhibited, in the short space of four months, four general battles, and eight sieges and stormings of fortresses. ..."
2. Han to Han: Otherwise, Half and Half; Being Impressions During Some Years by Yotsu Me (1907)
"stormings fated not to succeed because those immolated were too few, even he may tell how more easily they could have been successful. ..."
3. The Works of A. Conan Doyle by Arthur Conan Doyle (1902)
"From their pious oasis they looked dreamily out at the desert of life—a place full of stormings and strivings, comfortless, restless, and overshadowed by ..."
4. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1909)
"Yet it is after all true that everybody cannot be a Scipio or a Maximus, with stormings of cities, with battles by land ..."
5. My Diary North and South by William Howard Russell (1863)
"... respecting the advance of the enemy, the annihilation of Federal regiments, the tremendous losses on both sides, charges of cavalry, stormings of great ..."