garrison: a fortified military post where troops are stationed
gather in, or as if in, a fort, as for protection or defense
fortress: a fortified defensive structure
fortify: enclose by or as if by a fortification
station (troops) in a fort
Fortifications are military constructions and buildings designed for defence in warfare and military bases. Humans have constructed defensive works for many thousands of years, in a variety of increasingly complex designs. The term is derived from the Latin fortis ("strong") and facere ("to make").
Fort are a stoner/psychedelic/hard rock five-member band from the northern New South Wales coastal town of Byron Bay, Australia.
Fort is the central business district of the commercial capital of Sri Lanka, Colombo. It is the financial district of Colombo and the location of the Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) and the World Trade Centre of Colombo from which the CSE operates. ...
Fort (फोर्ट) is a business district in Mumbai, India. The area was the heart of the city during the 18th century. The area gets its name from the defensive fort, Fort St. George, built by the British East India Company around Bombay Castle. ...
The New England Revolution are an American soccer club based in Foxborough, Massachusetts, that participates in Major League Soccer. The club is owned by Robert Kraft, who also owns the New England Patriots of the National Football League. ...
The Fort is a historic restaurant in Morrison, Colorado. The structure was inspired by Bent's Fort.
(FORTS) Secret group meeting places in the desert. Groups explore the desert, find and claim a fort, decorate it and have all kinds of adventures there.
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To dream of defending a fort, signifies your honor and possessions will be attacked, and you will have great worry over the matter. To dream that you attack a fort and take it, denotes victory over your worst enemy, and fortunate engagements.
(En.) - a fortified military building. It could be established to defend a given position, to monitor and report on the enemy actvities, and to control the flow of people (i.e. commuters, travellers, pilgrims, merchants, soldiers, messengers, etc. ...
A building with walls to keep out enemies, used by soldiers.
a work established for the defense of a land or maritime frontier, of an approach to a town, or of a pass or river. ...
There are two kinds of FORTs: constants and non-atomic terms (NATs).
a secure structure or group of structures that houses a military unit; either provides protection for the surrounding area or provides a base for military operations
structure designed primarily for defence.
a strong place or a permanent army post.
Tom (2002), The Book of Eels, London: HarperCollins.
(from the Latin word fortis, meaning “strong”) • a structure such as a wall or a combination of strong buildings and walls built for defensive purposes. ...
A strong building designed to protect people from attack during periods of war, such as Leeds Castle in Kent.