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
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.
Four people are supposed to staff each of six Alaska weather outposts and conduct launches twice daily.
That, in effect, puts an end to the attempt by Islamic State to establish a South-East Asian outpost of its collapsing caliphate.
Republicans accused the Obama administration of intentionally misleading the public about what transpired at the U.S. outposts and stonewalling congressional investigators.
The Fall Muster re-creates the Fort Osage of 1812 as news of imminent war with Great Britain reached the frontier outpost.
The Enquirer/Carrie Cochran Rabbit Hash, the quirky outpost with a general store and a dog mayor, lost one of its biggest champions Monday night with the death of Don Clare.
That’s why there is a whole bunch of outposts [in Seattle of tech businesses such as Facebook].
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