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rampart
used in War and Peace

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Definition
an embankment or wall built for defensive purposes
  • On the fourth day fires broke out on the Zubovski rampart.
    Book Twelve — 1812 (50% in)
  • Drawn on by the movement of his troops Napoleon rode with them as far as the Dorogomilov gate, but there again stopped and, dismounting from his horse, paced for a long time by the Kammer-Kollezski rampart, awaiting the deputation.
    Book Eleven — 1812 (48% in)
  • So in the same way Moscow was empty when Napoleon, weary, uneasy, and morose, paced up and down in front of the Kammer-Kollezski rampart, awaiting what to his mind was a necessary, if but formal, observance of the proprieties—a deputation.
    Book Eleven — 1812 (50% in)
  • When they had all been brought for the night to a large house on the Zubov Rampart that was being used as a guardhouse, Pierre was placed apart under strict guard.
    Book Eleven — 1812 (**% in)
  • The smoke did not hang low as on the day when Pierre had been taken from the guardhouse on the Zubovski rampart, but rose through the pure air in columns.
    Book Twelve — 1812 (52% in)

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