[don-l-suh n] /ˈdɒn l sən/
a Confederate fort in NW Tennessee, on the Cumberland River: captured by Union forces in 1862.
noun 1. a military reservation in Watertown in N New York, approximately 10 miles (16 km) E of Lake Ontario.
noun 1. a French fort that stood on the site of Pittsburgh, Pa.: captured in 1758 by the British in the French and Indian War. [doo-keyn, dyoo-; for 1 also French dy-ken] /duˈkeɪn, dyu-; for 1 also French düˈkɛn/ noun 1. Abraham [a-bra-am] /a braˈam/ (Show IPA), 1610–88, French naval commander. 2. a city in […]
[fawrt, fohrt or for 1, fawr-tey] /fɔrt, foʊrt or for 1, ˈfɔr teɪ/ noun 1. a person’s strong suit, or most highly developed characteristic, talent, or skill; something that one excels in: I don’t know what her forte is, but it’s not music. Synonyms: talent, skill, excellence, strength, strong point, specialty, proficiency; knack, bent. 2. […]
adjective pertaining to extraordinary and strange phenomenon and happenings