escalade

[n] - an act of scaling by the use of ladders (especially the walls of a fortification) 2. [v] - climb up and over
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Escalade

Attack on walls of a fort using ladders.
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Escalade

Es`ca·lade' noun [ French, Spanish escalada (cf. Italian scalata ), from Spanish escalar to scale, Late Latin scalare , from Latin scala ladder. See Scale , transitive verb ] (Mil.) A furious attack made by troops on a fortifi...
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Escalade

Es`ca·lade' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Escaladed ; present participle & verbal noun Escalading .] (Mil.) To mount and pass or enter by means of ladders; to scale; as, to escalate a wall.
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escalade

noun an act of scaling by the use of ladders (especially the walls of a fortification)
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escalade

verb climb up and over; `They had to escalade canyons to reach their destination`
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escalade

assault on a wall or palisade by scaling ladders
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Escalade

Escalade is the act of scaling defensive walls or ramparts with the aid of ladders, and was a prominent feature of siege warfare in medieval times. It was one of the most direct options available for attacking a fortification, but was also one of the most dangerous. Escalade consisted simply of soldiers advancing to the base of a wall, setting lad...
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Escalade

Attempting to storm a castle by scaling the walls with ladders.
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escalade

crossing moat or scaling wall using ladders
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