Feint sentence example
- Invasion was but a feint, executed by an army too weak to do much harm.
- Grant felt that this was a mere feint to screen some other move.
- This game was not for the feint of heart.
- On the day of the above battle Massena, having destroyed what guns he could not horse, and skilfully gained time by a feint against Abrantes, began his retreat from before the lines, through Coimbra and Espinhal.
- Regimental cavalry requires no reinforcement to conduct a feint.Advertisement
- Then, after a feint of passing on into Spain, Wellington rapidly marched south and, with 2 2,000 men, laid siege to Badajoz (March 17, 1812), Hill with 30,000 covering the siege near Merida.
- On the 15th of July 1812, Marmont, after a feint against Wellington's left, suddenly, by a forced march, turned his right, and made rapidly towards the fords of Huerta and Alba on the Tormes.
- This process is not for the feint of heart.
- Le Feint Astrologue, imitated from the Spanish, and imitated by Dryden, came next year.
- Grant felt that this was a mere feint to screen some other move, and instantly carried the Army of the Potomac to the westward, leaving a bare screen of troops in his lines.Advertisement
- Looking at this image of the Document Window you should be able to see feint outlines of HotSpots.
- The light causes the pupils to contract thereby making the feint stars impossible to see.
- The size of a small dinner plate which when filled with local boiled ham or cheese, the feint hearted must avert the gaze.
- This isn't for the feint of heart, but anyone with a little more expertise can easily collect a variety of video game character sprites to create a custom video game scene of their own.
- This game is clearly not for the feint of heart, because it accurately recreates the real racing experience rather than taking on an "arcade racer" approach.If you really want to race, you'll want the '04 Polyphony Formula Gran Turismo.Advertisement
- In a second incident, a tower guard even attempted to stab the apparition only to feint from fear.