- loose and disorganized soldiers
fig. a loner
- n.解放,放任,放纵 adj.宽松的,不精确的,不牢固的,散漫的,自由的 vt.释放,放枪,开船 vi.变松,开火 adv.松散地
- Dispersion of forces led up to the defeat.
- Lieutenant otts recalled "the best foxhole I ever stayed in. The germans had dug it about seven-by-five-by-ten feet deep with a covering of six-inch logs dirt and snow.... it had a little gasoline stove a candle and a bottle gas lamp so we really had most of the comforts of home."
- On the night of december 18-19 near echternach sgt. john sweeney of the 10th armored division tried to dig in "but the ground was made up of heavy wet clay and our entrenching shovel couldn't dig into it."
- He knew survival tricks that he taught his platoon such as how to create a foxhole in a hurry in frozen ground ( he shot eight rounds into the same spot quickly dug out the loose dirt with his trench knife placed a half stick of tnt in the hole lit the fuse ran back thirty meters hit the dirt got up and ran back before the dust settled and dug with his trench shovel; within minutes a habitable foxhole).
- You know you're sitting there in a foxhole rubbing your buddy's feet and he's rubbing yours so you don't get trench foot.
- Never shaare aa foxhole with aanyone raaver thaan you aare.
- The replacement in my foxhole julian.
- Next we drive off their skirmishers with slings and arrows
- There is no such place as a convenient foxhole.
- The soldier made a dive for the foxhole.
- First sergeant where's my foxhole?
- And twenty years after on the other side of the globe again the filth of murky foxholes the stench of ghostly trenches the slime of dripping dugouts;
- Hollow out a foxhole in the ground
- Find some cover find a foxhole!
- Into fox holes and slitting your throat at night.