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approach
used in The Killer Angels

10 uses
  • He was approaching his own camp.
    2.5 — Day 2 Chapter 5 (72% in)
  • He approaches Gettysburg unsure of himself, in command of twenty thousand men.
    Forward (47% in)
  • One of the guards stiffened as Chamberlain approached, looked past him to his captain.
    1.2 — Day 1 Chapter 2 (30% in)
  • They stood up as Longstreet approached.
    1.4 — Day 1 Chapter 4 (24% in)
  • There was a professional air to him, the teacher approaching the class, utterly in command of his subject.
    1.4 — Day 1 Chapter 4 (59% in)
  • Rodes off to the side bowed formally at Lee's approach.
    1.6 — Day 1 Chapter 6 (9% in)
  • He swung his horse to listen, saw riders approaching, began to move that way.
    2.2 — Day 2 Chapter 2 (52% in)
  • Longstreet approached and saw that the corn-silk hair was not young, not young at all.
    2.3 — Day 2 Chapter 3 (73% in)
  • Fought off this assault, thinking all the while coldly, calmly, perhaps now we are approaching the end.
    2.4 — Day 2 Chapter 4 (62% in)
  • My guess is Hood's losses will approach fifty percent.
    2.5 — Day 2 Chapter 5 (19% in)

There are no more uses of "approach" in The Killer Angels.

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