a wooded region in NE France: battles, World War I, 1918; World War II, 1944.
St. Mihiel and the argonne were all part of the great plan, but this, this was history!
The Life of Mrs. Humphry Ward Janet Penrose Trevelyan
To my delight, the French army of the argonne was given the post of honor.
The Sequel George A. Taylor
Soldiers who were in the St. Mihiel thrust and also in the argonne coined an epigram.
The Iron Division, National Guard of Pennsylvania, in the World War H. G. Proctor
What, then, were the troops that the 7th corps had encountered among the passes of the argonne?
The Downfall Emile Zola
The seizure of the forest of argonne follows—the cannonade of Valmy.
The Crown of Wild Olive John Ruskin
Now show me again how you worked that business in the argonne forest.
Armageddon–2419 A.D. Philip Francis Nowlan
And with the wiping out of this there began the final battle—the cleaning of the argonne Forest which brought an end to the war.
Ned, Bob and Jerry on the Firing Line Clarence Young
Agriculture is carried on to 451 most advantage in the Champagne and argonne.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 5 Various
The rest were drawn on American fronts from the argonne to Belgium as my duties took me from one offensive to another.
“I was there” C. LeRoy Baldridge
The unconquerable argonne had been conquered; a ruthless enemy was vanquished.
Company B, 307th Infantry Julius Klausner
the Argonne, a wooded region of NE France: scene of major battles in both World Wars
- Argonne forest
a wooded region in NE France: battles, World War I, 1918; World War II, 1944. Historical Examples And with the wiping out of this there began the final battle—the cleaning of the Argonne Forest which brought an end to the war. Ned, Bob and Jerry on the Firing Line Clarence Young These were the troops […]
an ancient city in SE Greece, on the Gulf of Argolis: a powerful rival of Sparta, Athens, and Corinth. Astronomy. a very large southern constellation, now divided into Vela, Carina, Puppis, and Pyxis, four separate constellations lying largely south of Canis Major. (italics) Classical Mythology. the ship in which Jason sailed in quest of the […]
a large merchant ship, especially one with a rich cargo. a fleet of such ships. an opulent supply. Historical Examples His genius was intended to be an argosy, bearing rich cargo between the ports of the gods and those of men. The Key to Yesterday Charles Neville Buck The argosy has been so good this […]
a specialized idiomatic vocabulary peculiar to a particular class or group of people, especially that of an underworld group, devised for private communication and identification: a Restoration play rich in thieves’ argot. the special vocabulary and idiom of a particular profession or social group: sociologists’ argot. Contemporary Examples In the argot of the wonks and […]