(n.) Military term for pretending to be wounded enemy soldiers to get into a fortress. This usually will then lead to the soldiers taking up arms before the entrance closes and allowing hidden soldiers to storm ahead in while the entrance is held open
A: The emporer would never stand for this trickery!


B: Perfectly acceptable m'am. Called a rouse de guerre
by Kung-Fu Jesus May 11, 2004

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