a military maneuver in which both flanks of an enemy force are attacked with the aim of attaining complete encirclement.
[pinch] /pɪntʃ/ verb (used with object) 1. to squeeze or compress between the finger and thumb, the teeth, the jaws of an instrument, or the like. 2. to constrict or squeeze painfully, as a tight shoe does. 3. to cramp within narrow bounds or quarters: The crowd pinched him into a corner. 4. to render […]
[pinch-bak] /ˈpɪntʃˌbæk/ noun 1. Pinckney Benton Stewart, 1837–1921, U.S. politician.
[pinch-bek] /ˈpɪntʃ bɛk/ noun 1. an alloy of copper and zinc, used in imitation of gold. 2. something sham, spurious, or counterfeit. adjective 3. made of pinchbeck. 4. sham, spurious, or counterfeit: pinchbeck heroism. /ˈpɪntʃˌbɛk/ noun 1. an alloy of copper and zinc, used as imitation gold 2. a spurious or cheap imitation; sham adjective […]
noun 1. a kind of crowbar or lever with a projection that serves as a fulcrum. noun 1. a crowbar with a lug formed on it to provide a fulcrum