Attritted - definition of attritted by The Free Dictionary
attrit (redirected from
destroy an enemy with large amounts of troops or firepower; reduce something in size or strength; to wear down by attrition
at·trit (ə-trĭt′) tr.v. at·trit·ted
To weaken or reduce in number by stress or military action:
"attriting enemy forces faster than they could be replaced" (Lewis Sorley ). attrit ( əˈtrɪt) Also : vb
-tritting or -tritted 1. to wear down or dispose of gradually 2. to kill attrite
[C18: back formation from attrition]
attrit Past participle: attritted Gerund: attritting Imperative Present Preterite Present Continuous Present Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Future Future Perfect Future Continuous Present Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Conditional Past Conditional
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