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open to attack and capture because of a lack of protection

Synonyms for assailable

not defended or capable of being defended

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At their core, successful envelopments require three things: a mobility advantage over an adversary, an informational advantage (the location of an assailable flank must be identified), and strong communications between the enveloping and fixing force.
Even if the contents of the study are not definitive and are assailable, its stories hang together logically and, the arguments credibly lead to the conclusions inferred.
There will be missteps, tactical errors, assailable symbols and an army of detractors and fickle allies ready to seize upon each and exploit them.
E-government can assist governments in going green and backing successful natural resource management, and in addition impel economic growth and further social incorporation of underprivileged and assailable groups.
The Pueblo mesa offers him a less assailable though only vicarious utopian site with which to identify.
Prevent opponents from segregating the conflict into easily assailable parts.
Globally agriculture sector is assailable to climate change.
Australia have already taken an assailable two nil lead in the series.
If a party puts upon the stand a witness who is for any reason assailable, that party asserts or admits the credibility of that witness.
During the sudden rapid and intermittent landslides such as mudflow or debris flow the populations are more assailable to hazard.
Mobile Ad hoc networks (MANETs) are one of the primary categories in wireless ad hoc networks that regularly assailable against wormhole attack [6], in which an attacker avoid to discover any route to the destination, except through the wormhole link; So, todays many researches investigate the solutions for detecting wormhole attack in network and this issue bring to introduce some ways that offered in this topic.
Florida before it are solidly grounded in the Eighth Amendment's ban on disproportionately severe punishment, and seemingly offering some hope that mandatory minimums may be assailable as failing to provide for mitigation to check unduly harsh sentences.
Broad, who completed a second 10-wicket haul of his career, and Tim Bresnan did all of the late damage as Australia were bowled out for 224 to seal a 74-run win and it meant England moved into an assailable 3-0 lead in the five-Test series.
Being a child, whose position is extremely assailable, Pecola becomes an easy victim.
All that most maddens and torments; all that stirs up the lees of things; all truth with malice in it; all that cracks the sinews and cakes the brain; all the subtle demonisms of life and thought; all evil, to crazy Ahab, were visibly personified, and made practically assailable in Moby Dick.