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Mobilise   Listen
noun
mobilise  n.  
1.
Mobilize. (Chiefly Brit.)






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"Mobilise" Quotes from Famous Books



... the beginning of August to make his own preparation. For, by that time, Louis's intentions of evading the treaty of Conflans were plain, though there still fluttered a thin veil of friendship between the cousins. Gathering what forces he could mobilise, ordering them to meet him later, Charles moved westward and took up his quarters at Peronne ...
— Charles the Bold - Last Duke Of Burgundy, 1433-1477 • Ruth Putnam



Words linked to "Mobilise" :   summon, pull together, mobilize, collect, demobilize, send for, circulate, garner, rally, gather, move, militarize, marshal, demobilise, militarise, mobilisation, displace, call up, call



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