Every time an opportunity presented itself he tried to mobilise the peace forces of the world to make peace.
We were to be mowed down, mowed down and sabred before we had time to mobilise.
He pointed out how they would get the start of the authorities before these could mobilise their forces.
We have information that they will mobilise quickly—much more quickly than most people think.
The order to mobilise the 7th infantry division was issued on 16th December.
I did not answer him, but turned round to the wounded soldier next me and said to him, "When did you mobilise?"
Ecuador maintains a permanent force of about 5000 men, and claims that it could mobilise 90,000 in case of war.
Von Buelow returned to Berlin at the psychological moment and began to mobilise the forces against the Chancellor.
The order to mobilise an additional brigade of cavalry (the 4th cavalry brigade) was issued on 26th December.
Meanwhile ominous fact that by way of precaution other Powers are preparing to mobilise.
mobilize mo·bi·lize (mō'bə-līz')
v. mo·bi·lized, mo·bi·liz·ing, mo·bi·liz·es
To make mobile or capable of movement.
To restore the power of motion to a joint.
To release into the body, as glycogen from the liver.