verb (used with object), es·ca·lad·ed, es·ca·lad·ing.
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Origin of escalade
OTHER WORDS FROM escaladees·ca·lad·er, noun
Words nearby escalade
Example sentences from the Web for escaladed
Is there a fort to be stormed, or a castle wall to be escaladed, then, they are the boys for your work.
The walls of Tinghae were escaladed, and the British colours soon waved over the fortifications.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.|E. Farr and E. H. Nolan
It sustained three sieges, and in 1644 was escaladed and taken by Prince Rupert with considerable slaughter.
He escaladed the path, left it, returned to it, quick and venturous.The Man Who Laughs|Victor Hugo
Some of the gaming houses were attacked; the iron doors were forced; the barred windows were escaladed.