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Definition of "deploys" []

  • To adopt or cause to adopt a battle formation, esp from a narrow front formation (verb)
  • To redistribute (forces) to or within a given area (verb)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of deploy. (verb)

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Use "deploys" in a sentence
  • "Having done my part as a historian to show the illogical and factually unsupported nature of the arguments Malkin deploys to support this position, I had intended to avoid further comment, not least to avoid giving free publicity to such a book."
  • "In Godwin's case, Scrivener locates a contradiction between the writer's conservative and radical hermeneutics -- a slippage that emerges most clearly when Godwin deploys the rhetoric of blasphemy against the allegedly seditious Thelwall and the London Corresponding Society."
  • "Also, have a one-hand opening knife on your person, not in your pack, so if your harness "deploys" you have a way of cutting loose, if necessary."