defensive measure

NOUN
  1. (military) military action or resources protecting a country against potential enemies
    they died in the defense of Stalingrad
    they were developed for the defense program
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How To Use defensive measure In A Sentence

  • Gradually the generals began to reconsider their tactics and to experiment with field fortifications and other defensive measures. The American Nation: A History of the United States to 1877
  • As one of the most important defensive measures of hostile acquisitions, poison pill has significant impact on corporate management structure and corporate market control.
  • The rockets are a purely defensive measure against nuclear attack.
  • If someone were honest and forthright from the beginning, no defensive measures would be necessary. Peter Sumaruck II
  • The rockets are a purely defensive measure against nuclear attack.
  • RICHARD BURT, SPECIAL AGENT FOR FLIGHT PROGRAMS: There's defensive measures, there's judgmental shooting, and it makes them think and respond and develop what we call a muscle memory. CNN Transcript Dec 16, 2009
  • These are purely defensive measures.
  • As one of the most important defensive measures of hostile acquisitions, poison pill has significant impacts on corporate management structure and corporate market control.
  • The Government hastily organized defensive measures against the raids.
  • Other defensive measure have included the long-awaited decision by Sir Rocco Forte to separate his chairman and chief executive jobs.
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