A fortified place or position stationed with troops.(noun)
A permanent army post.(noun)
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Use "fort" in a sentence
"Olo means _fort_ and Senga a _parrot_, and hence the island was called Olosenga -- the fort or refuge of parrots."
"September 8, 10 A.M., the marchers advance through the woods on Johnson's fort, when suddenly they learn that their scout has lied, -- _Johnson himself is still at the fort_."
"At the same time, I have heard Germans quote the saying -- "_Geschiedene Leute scheiden fort und fort_," and object strongly to associate with anyone, however innocent, who had been connected with a matrimonial scandal."