FLANKED

, is used of something that has Flanks, or may be approached on the Flank. As

Flanked Angle, which is that formed by the two faces of the bastion, and forming its point or angle. Also,

Flanked Line of Defence, Flanked Tenaille, &c.

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Entry taken from A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, by Charles Hutton, 1796.

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FISSURES
FIXITY
FLAME
FLAMSTEED (John)
FLANK
* FLANKED
FLANKING
FLEXIBLE
FLEXION
FLEXURE
FLIE