- circle the wagons
- Circle the wagons(USA) If you circle the wagons, you stop communicating with people who don't think the same way as you to avoid their ideas. It can also mean to bring everyone together to defend a group against an attack.
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circle the wagons — phrasal : to assume a collective defensive posture against attack, criticism, or adversity * * * informal (of a group) unite in defense of a common interest Origin: with reference to the defensive position of a wagon train under attack * * *… … Useful english dictionary
circle the wagons — to stop communicating with people not in your group to avoid their ideas or beliefs. Americans are feeling it is an especially good time to spend time with family, to circle the wagons. Etymology: based on the custom of bringing wagons (=… … New idioms dictionary
circle the wagons — (USA) If you circle the wagons, you stop communicating with people who don t think the same way as you to avoid their ideas. (Dorking School Dictionary) … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions
circle the wagons — a call of warning in the American Wild West, used by people travelling together in a line of wagons. When they were in a dangerous situation, such as an attack by Native Americans, they formed a circle with the wagons as a protective barrier. The … Universalium
circle the wagons — verb a) To draw a wagon train into a circle to allow the wagons to provide cover when under attack. b) To prepare to defend against an attack … Wiktionary
circle the wagons N. Amer. — circle the wagons N. Amer. informal unite in defence of something. [with ref. to the defensive position of a wagon train under attack.] → circle … English new terms dictionary