Griffith was elected to a North Alabama district in 2008 that had long been a Democratic redoubt in the midst of a deep red sea.
Or does it want to remain a redoubt for a shrinking minority of older whites?
The Fuhrer may have fallen but his ideology persists in this redoubt of Nazism, untroubled by a sympathetic Argentine regime.
He and the troops then retreated across New Jersey to a winter redoubt.
As a Pittsburgh Steelers safety in the good-timing, pill-popping NFL of the 1970s, he was a redoubt of propriety.
At Quebec the governor reinforced the redoubt built by Champlain on the river by a platform and added more cannon to the battery.
The redoubt itself was at the apex of a broad angle of trenches.
Arriving near the redoubt, the troops were stopped by the formidable abatis and other entanglements.
Meanwhile the British right center was held up by the redoubt.
For reasons which are not entirely clear, he led his men to Breed's Hill where a redoubt was constructed.
also redout, "small, enclosed military work," c.1600, from French redoute (17c.), from Italian ridotto, earlier ridotta, "place of retreat," from Medieval Latin reductus "place of refuge, retreat," noun use of past participle of reducere "to lead or bring back" (see reduce). The -b- was added by influence of unrelated English redoubt (v.) "to dread, fear" (see redoubtable). As an adjective, Latin reductus meant "withdrawn, retired; remote, distant."