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Mobilise

verb
1.
Call to arms; of military personnel.  Synonyms: call up, mobilize, rally.
2.
Get ready for war.  Synonym: mobilize.
3.
Make ready for action or use.  Synonyms: marshal, mobilize, summon.
4.
Cause to move around.  Synonyms: circulate, mobilize.






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"Mobilise" Quotes from Famous Books



... for these requirements, to be able to mobilise rapidly for home defence two army corps of regular troops, and one partly composed of regulars and partly of militia; and to organise the auxiliary forces, not allotted to army corps or garrisons, for the defence ...
— History of the War in South Africa 1899-1902 v. 1 (of 4) - Compiled by Direction of His Majesty's Government • Frederick Maurice

... ferme a cause de la mobilisation." "M. Jean Cochin et quatre fils sont au front des armees." "Tout le personel de cet etablissement est mobilise." ...
— The Soul of the War • Philip Gibbs

... the belligerents tried to mobilise public opinion in the United States in their favour shows that 1914 was a milestone in international affairs. This was the first time any foreign power ever attempted to fight for the good will—the public opinion—of this nation. The governments themselves ...
— Germany, The Next Republic? • Carl W. Ackerman



Words linked to "Mobilise" :   collect, call, gather, mobilisation, send for, garner, pull together, demobilise, militarise, demobilize, move, displace, militarize



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