He predicted the embattled and obstinate leader will fall in a matter of days.
But the embattled author did try to defend himself to his hometown newspaper, the Bozeman, Montana, Daily Chronicle.
Like Chuck Hagel's embattled nomination as Defense Secretary, Power will survive.
Now the ex-governor is driving customers to the embattled chain.
Slow and frustrating as they are, the Geneva negotiations may bring quick relief to some embattled civilians in Syria.
I have never come across a pile embattled; but it would naturally be embattled on both edges.
A term in use for a fesse, bar, or chevron when embattled on both edges.
In which they followed the time-honoured usage of embattled hosts, or at least of their respective war correspondents.
This is what I likened to an embattled phalanx, once before.
His thoughts were embattled with the conflict of many emotions, and morning found him hollow-eyed.
"under attack," by 1882; earlier it meant "prepared to fight," and (of structures) "fitted with battlements;" past participle adjective from embattle (v.).