Finally, a squad of reinforcements arrived and they were able to retreat.
And, under severe attack—almost invariably at night—all have to be rescued by reinforcements hastily arriving by helicopter.
He also claimed separatists called in reinforcements and managed to kill two of the assailants.
Northern jet fighters then bombed the area, trying to take out a bridge to the South so that reinforcements could not be sent.
The route was used only to take the wounded out and reinforcements inside; civilians were trapped.
The squadron which was bringing him reinforcements was defeated and destroyed by Admiral Warren.
General O'Hara landed from the Victory with reinforcements for the garrison.
His supplies and reinforcements would then be at once cut off.
The first American reinforcements arrived at Manila by the end of June.
The bear, while still angry, was evidently considerably concerned over the coming of reinforcements.
reinforcement re·in·force·ment (rē'ĭn-fôrs'mənt)
The act or process of reinforcing.
Something that reinforces.
The occurrence or experimental introduction of an unconditioned stimulus along with a conditioned stimulus.
The strengthening of a conditioned response by such means.
An event, a circumstance, or a condition that increases the likelihood that a given response will recur in a situation like that in which the reinforcing condition originally occurred.