Scalade Sca*lade", Scalado Sca*la"do, n. (Mil.) See {Escalade}. --Fairfax. [1913 Webster]

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  • scalade — or scalado noun (plural lades or lados) Etymology: obsolete Italian scalada, from scalare to scale, from scala ladder, staircase, from Late Latin more at scale Date: 1591 archaic escalade …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • scalade — /skeuh layd /, n. Archaic. escalade. [1585 95; var. of ESCALADE] * * * …   Universalium

  • scalade — sca·lade …   English syllables

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  • Scalado — Scalade Sca*lade , Scalado Sca*la do, n. (Mil.) See {Escalade}. Fairfax. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • scalado — noun see scalade …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • GLOGAU —    (20), a town with a strong fortress in Silesia, on the Oder, 35 m. NW. of Liegnitz; is a place of manufacture; was brilliantly taken by Frederick the Great in the Silesian War on the 9th March 1741 by scalade, in one hour, at the very break of …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • scalado — noun see scalade …   Useful english dictionary

  • skallade — skallade, ader, ado var. ff. scalade, scalado …   Useful english dictionary

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