bivouac

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  • We bivouacked five miles from their camp, and turned out at three next morning. Cited from With Kitchener in the Soudan, by G. A. Henty
  • Then they bivouacked in the different houses till five this morning, when they started home. Cited from Letters from Egypt, by Lucie Duff Gordon
  • Although many men fell out, the brigade reached its bivouac in good order.
  • In fact it was no more a fort than the bivouacs he had known during the war. Cited from Rebel Spurs, by Andre Norton
  • So they both bivouacked there at a considerable distance from one another. Cited from History of the Wars, Books III and IV (of 8), by Procopius
  • His troops, however, bivouacked during the night on ground occupied by the enemy this morning. Cited from Three Months in the Southern States, April-June 1863, A.J.L. Fremantle
  • The men in blue could have moved in and bivouaced on the ground they had lost. Cited from The Man in Gray, by Thomas Dixon
  • We bivouaced during the night just in rear of the battle ground. Cited from History of Kershaw's Brigade, by D. Augustus Dickert
  • His troops are already bivouacked on the other side of the pass. Cited from The Goose Girl, by Harold MacGrath
  • That night we bivouacked at the foot of the east-side of the pass at about half-past five. Cited from The Albert N'Yanza, Great Basin of the Nile, Baker
  • In less than ten minutes, the bivouac was broken up, and our little army on the march. Cited from Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. 339, January 1844, Vol. 55
  • After this they set about making some arrangements for their night bivouac. Cited from The Boy Hunters, by Captain Mayne Reid
  • Two new bivouacs will be formed and break off into different directions.
  • It was now dark, and both lines bivouacked in line of battle. Cited from The Campaign of Chancellorsville,Theodore A. Dodge
  • Seven times did the French form bivouacs, and seven times were they driven out and away. Cited from The Life of Napoleon I (Volume 2 of 2), by John Holland Rose
  • On average, it takes a colony six to eight hours to move their bivouac.
  • I am writing this in the woods, where we are bivouacking for the night. Cited from The Citizen-Soldier, by John Beatty
  • We bivouacked a short distance below the spot where we first struck the stream, which was still running. Cited from Journals of Australian Explorations, by A C and F T Gregory
  • On a day late in October our company were in bivouac after some hard night-riding. Cited from The Cavalier, by George Washington Cable
  • You look as if you had been bivouacking last night. Cited from Minna von Barnhelm, by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
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