use phalanxes in a sentence.
And we have 12 non-thumb phalanxes on each hand.
America the French philosopher's naïve, social regimen of reducing the world of men to simple units called phalanxes, whose barrack-like routine should insure plenty, equality, and happiness.
You may kill them by bushelfuls, and their phalanxes are apparently undiminished.
Today, we're all dependent on distant computers all over again - namely the phalanxes of potent servers that power the Web.
How confident do you have to be as a country to put a word like 'phalanxes' in your anthem?
In addition to the idea of a conspiratorial revolution, Babeuf, fascinated by military matters, began to develop the idea of people's guerilla warfare: of the revolution being formed in separate "phalanxes" by people whose permanent occupation would be making revolution - whom Lenin would later call