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trous-de-loup

/ (ˌtruːdəˈluː) /
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noun plural trous-de-loup (ˌtruːdəˈluː)
military any of a series of conical-shaped pits with a stake fixed in the centre, formerly used as protection against enemy cavalry
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Word Origin for trous-de-loup

C18: from French, literally: wolf's holes

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