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scalade

noun sca·lade \skə-ˈlād, -ˈläd\
plural sca·lades or sca·la·dos

Definition of SCALADE

archaic
:  escalade

Variants of SCALADE

sca·lade or sca·la·do \-ˈlā-(ˌ)dō, -ˈlä-\
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Origin of SCALADE

obsolete Italian scalada, from scalare to scale, from scala ladder, staircase, from Late Latin — more at scale
First Known Use: 1591

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