Fort Lee


noun
  1. a city in NE New Jersey.

  2. a military reservation and U.S. Army training center in SE Virginia, NE of Petersburg.

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How to use Fort Lee in a sentence

  • Two days later Cornwallis took possession of Fort Lee, together with 140 cannon and stores of various kinds.

  • At their approach the Americans withdrew in great haste to Fort Lee, leaving behind their artillery and stores.

  • The visitors crossed the river at this place and went to Fort Lee, but nothing of interest could be found here.

    The Little Washingtons' Travels | Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  • We know that their destination is somewhere between here and Fort Lee on this side of the river.

    The Apartment Next Door | William Andrew Johnston
  • Palisades, on west bank, extend fifteen miles from Fort Lee to Piermont, a sheer wall of trap rock from 300 to 500 feet high.

    The Hudson | Wallace Bruce