Escarp

Es·carp' noun [ French escarpe (cf. Spanish escarpa , Italian scarpa ), from escarper to cut steep, cut to a slope, probably of German origin: confer German scharf sharp,, English sharp , or perhaps scrape .] (Fort.) The side of the ditch next...
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Escarp

Es·carp' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Escarped ; present participle & verbal noun Escarping .] (Mil.) To make into, or furnish with, a steep slope, like that of a scrap. Carleton.
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Escarp

• (v. t.) To make into, or furnish with, a steep slope, like that of a scrap. • (n.) The side of the ditch next the parapet; -- same as scarp, and opposed to counterscarp.
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