Examples of outpost in a Sentence
an American outpost in Africa
The city was established as a military outpost in the 1800s.
a remote outpost of the old British Empire
Recent Examples of outpost from the Web
Bowe Bergdahl, who in 2009 walked off a U.S. military outpost in eastern Afghanistan and spent the next five years in enemy captivity, was sentenced Friday to a dishonorable discharge from the Army but will avoid prison time.
Black Rooster Bakery Artisan pastries are on the menu at Fort Worth’s Black Rooster Bakery and its newest outpost, the Black Rooster Cafe.
Bergdahl disappeared on June 30, 2009, from a combat outpost in Paktika Province, Afghanistan, and was subsequently captured.
McGrath got into the truck and told the driver to find a police outpost.
Northgate hopes to follow the University Place model, reimagining itself as a mixed-use center with office space, a gym and a temporary outpost of the public library.
So when the news that our beloved burger destination is opening a West Village outpost hit Eater last night, we were intrigued.
The role of Motel 6 outposts in aiding U.S. immigration enforcement raises the question of whether ICE agents are soliciting guest data from other lodging chains.
The event re-enacts the fall gathering of the French and Native Americans during the time when the fort was a fur-trading outpost in the 1700s.
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Definition of outpost for English Language Learners
: a large military camp that is in another country or that is far from a country's center of activity
: a small town in a place that is far away from other towns or cities
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