Mount

All Noun Verb
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  • These could be built from earth or stone and were used to mount weapons.
  • Further on, the party was attacked a third time by three mounted men.
  • These three elements are mounted one close behind the other in the mentioned sequence.
  • Each team consists of four mounted players, which can be mixed teams of both men and women.
  • Five were mounted in the wing roots on each side of the aircraft.
  • Most systems today are driven by an electric motor mounted at each tower.
  • Neither team could mount a drive on its first possession.
  • Only one can be used to mount any given disk volume at any given time.
  • Modern machine guns are commonly mounted in one of four ways.
  • The North-West Mounted always brought back those they were sent for. Cited from Man Size, by William MacLeod Raine
  • This is a long staff mounted with an animal head.
  • The mounted men-at-arms represented the most common class, and they were called "brothers".
  • The mounted men-at-arms represented the most common class, and they were called "brothers".
  • The females in these groups will mount each other as well as the males.
  • Bass drums are too large to be hand held and are always mounted in some way.
  • Generally, the larger guns mounted on British ships allowed an engagement at greater range.
  • Under mounting pressure from city leaders, the police work around the clock.
  • A green beacon mounted on top of the tower can be seen for many miles.
  • The mounted men-at-arms quickly became an important force in Western European tactics.
  • The mounted men-at-arms quickly became an important force in Western European tactics.
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Meaning of Mount

  • noun A mounting consisting of a piece of metal (as in a ring or other jewelry) that holds a gem in place
    the diamond was in a plain gold mount
  • verb Attach to a support
    They mounted the aerator on a floating
  • verb Fix onto a backing, setting, or support
    mount slides for macroscopic analysis
  • verb Put up or launch
    mount a campaign against pornography
  • verb Prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance
    mount a theater production, mount an attack, mount a play