A temporary or supplementary fortification, typically square or polygonal and without flanking defences: the British stormed the rebel redoubt figurative branch 200 was a redoubt of left-wing trade unionism
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- Unlike the fortified cities of northern Ireland, Charles Towne's streets fail to connect the bastions and redoubts rimming the town.
- The earthworks were reused as a gun redoubt during the Civil War.
- A camp was built on top of the cliff and a redoubt followed.
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