mobilize

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  • For the last ten years several groups are mobilized to make this festival a success.
  • Several of the division's units remain mobilized even to the present day.
  • Troops had been sent for, but it took time to mobilize and move them. Cited from A Poor Wise Man, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • This, however, did not take place when the governor of the province mobilized government forces.
  • Soon after, he was mobilized for full-time service as an officer.
  • Until then most units could not be mobilized within one year.
  • Austria began early to arm, for she required longer time to mobilize her army. Cited from Germany History, V4, by Wolfgang Menzel
  • The player should try to mobilize all border forces to attack whenever possible.
  • The organization also tried to mobilize public opinion against ill-treatment of the prisoners.
  • This was seen as an important part of mobilizing the population for war.
  • Russia then mobilized its army, leading Germany to enter into war against Russia.
  • They typically know what they want and may mobilize others to help them attain their goals.
  • Each year this organization mobilizes other cultural organizations to offer the public many free artistic activities.
  • I meant to do the big rescue act, but you mobilize too quick for me. Cited from The Desire of the Moth; and The Come On, by Eugene Manlove Rhodes
  • They all knew, when they left, that Germany was mobilizing for attack upon France. Cited from Foch the Man, by Clara E. Laughlin
  • We're to mobilize to-day and get to the border as soon as we can. Cited from We Can't Have Everything, by Rupert Hughes
  • When off-duty, they would farm their land, but when a war occurred, they would be re-mobilized.
  • A city's economic development functions and for the political decision to mobilize public capital.
  • Although the units were mobilized for federal service, they never left the United States.
  • The military forces in the country were mobilize at a war-situation level on Indian border.
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Words starting with mobilize

Meaning of mobilize

  • verb Make ready for action or use
    marshal resources
  • verb Get ready for war
  • verb Cause to move around
    circulate a rumor