Definition of 'manoeuvres'
Example sentences containing 'manoeuvres'
The Jagged Mountains to the east, and the Sanctuary Mountains to the west, formed a natural barricade to any flanking manoeuvres.TREASON KEEP (2001) RESCUING ROSE (2001)
Lucy picks up Fred's diary dated 1944, but there is no mention of anything domestic, just brief troop movements and manoeuvres and training.SEA MUSIC (2001)
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Definition of manoeuvres from the Collins English Dictionary
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