He expressed his belief that they had no field-pieces from one re-entering angle to the other.
The Russians, however, returned to their guns, and still fired from the re-entering angle of their works.
Sinus, a recess or bay; the re-entering angle between two lobes or projections.
At other times poles are laid across a re-entering angle of a house and used as a wood rack, without any support from the ground.
The re-entering angle left upon the wood is called the rebate or rabbet.
It was a right-angled position and Dr. Jameson attacked them in the re-entering angle, thus having fire on his front and flank.
Redan, work presenting a salient angle and a re-entering angle (see p. 306).