Manœuvre in a sentence

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How to use manœuvre in a sentence. Manœuvre pronunciation.

Turcs pour la manœuvre du sabre; et il n'y a guère qu'une arme musulmane qui puisse le fendre d'un seul coup.
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En continuant la même manœuvre et au bout d'une minute ou deux, il accosta.
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He looked like a Jew, but he acted like a wild Arab; and his manœuvres would have been a godsend to the comic Dr. Valentine, if he had witnessed their display.
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The populace feared his acquittal, and they by a manœuvre induced his brother John De Witt, the grand pensionary, to visit him in prison.
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The Lacedæmonians, posted in the right wing, against the Persians, changed places with the Athenians, who were more accustomed to Persian warfare; but this manœuvre being detected, Mardonius made a corresponding change in his own army—upon which Pausanias led back again his troops to the right wing, and a second movement of Mardonius placed the armies in the original position.
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The first requisition which Sparta made was the expulsion of the Alcmæonidæ from Athens, to which family Pericles belonged—a mere political manœuvre to get rid of so commanding a statesman.
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Vous êtes un piocheur, un manœuvre, un grand abatteur de besogne.
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Mais à peine se fut-il agenouillé, que les autres éléphants, dressés à cette manœuvre, s'agenouillèrent aussi: circonstance qui livra au vainqueur Porus et sa suite.
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La Du Parc serait-elle morte de manœuvres abortives?
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Et dans cette hypothèse, Racine aurait-il conseillé-ou seulement toléré-ces manœuvres?
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After serving for many years in the line, he at last entered as captain in the militia regiment of the Earl of -, at that period just raised, and to which he was sent by the Duke of York to instruct the young levies in military manœuvres and discipline; and in this mission I believe he perfectly succeeded, competent judges having assured me that the regiment in question soon came by his means to be considered as one of the most brilliant in the service, and inferior to no regiment of the line in appearance or discipline.
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A pretty manœuvre, truly; and what would be the end of it?
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He’s only shamming; he knows his master is here, and therefore has recourse to these manœuvres, but it won’t do.
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Venaient ensuite quelques visites aux établissements publics du pays, d'où l'on se rendait hors de la ville à des manœuvres, auxquelles l'empereur de Russie et le grand-duc, son frère, ne manquaient jamais de se trouver.
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It was necessary, therefore, to manœuvre a little to get her well within the range of his observation.
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Your little female manœuvres don't blind me.
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His niece viewed his manœuvres and received his innuendoes with phlegm; apparently she did not above half comprehend to what aim they tended.
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You insinuate that all the frank kindness I have shown you has been a complicated, a bold, and an immodest manœuvre to ensnare a husband.
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It was so well done that at each separate manœuvre I could hardly be convinced by my own eyes that the particular spot indicated did not conceal the little homestead I was seeking.
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Et tous les jours manœuvres de régiment!
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Examples of Manœuvre

Example #1
Quelquefois un turban très-dur est employé au même usage.
Example #2
Les Turcs haïssent une dépense inutile de voix, et ils n'ont pas de clochettes.
Example #3
Jacques s'aperçut alors qu'il n'avait pas de rames, mais seulement l'écope à vider l'eau.
Example #4
Puis il aida Jacques à y monter à son tour.
Example #5
His gray hairs did not command respect; and what made his rudeness so hard to bear, was the fact that nothing occurred to call it out.
Example #6
His most pleasant words were grunts, and his motions and attitudes were almost threats.