Fort-moultrie



[mool-tree] /ˈmul tri/

noun
1.
a fort in the harbor of Charleston, S.C.: defended against British in the American Revolution by Col. William Moultrie (1730–1805); in the Civil War, played an important role in the bombardment of Fort Sumter and in Confederate defense.
[mohl-tree, mool-] /ˈmoʊl tri, ˈmul-/
noun
1.
William, 1730–1805, U.S. general.
2.
a city in S Georgia.
3.
Fort. .

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