[ UK /dɪsmˈaʊnt/ ]
- the act of dismounting (a horse or bike etc.)
- alight from (a horse)
How To Use dismount In A Sentence
- Just as she reached the stairs to enter the house, an ugly gelding cantered to a stop and the rotund rider ungracefully dismounted.
- Mortars are also employed, but are done so from a truck platform, or if dismounted, are dismounted quickly and only long enough to drop rounds and then remount the truck and exfiltrate.
- Well Scanlon was in the act of dismounting when the first shot was fired at Kennedy, and Scanlon became, well, flurried, and fell to his knees.
- For now, I've voluntarily dismounted from the property ladder and am renting a nice family home while I see how the economy and the housing market develop.
- Mystra was flush with anticipation as they dismounted, leading their horses up the steady incline of the road.
- The plane landed and we began to dismount the plane.
- The officers thought that in modern mechanized warfare dismounted infantry would delay the mobile units on which success depended.
- One such type was that of the equites, literally ‘horsemen’, so called because they entered the arena on horseback, although for the crucial stage of the combat they dismounted to fight on foot.
- Without dismounting, he drew his broadsword and rapped the hilt against the gate.
- He dismounts the bike and it extrudes its kickstand.