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Synonyms for cadet

a military trainee (as at a military academy)

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When on leaving College the cadets were received by the Emperor, he did not again refer to Kasatsky's offence, but told them all, as was his custom, that they should serve him and the fatherland loyally, that he would always be their best friend, and that when necessary they might approach him direct.
Though of more than average height, he was handsome and agile, and he would have been an altogether exemplary cadet had it not been for his quick temper.
The Cadets paraded in a style calculated to kill the late member with envy.
A cadet of the house was an officer of the great Duke and distinguished in the famous Saint Bartholomew conspiracy.
The number of cadets being about equal to that of the members of Congress, one is sent here from every Congressional district: its member influencing the selection.
By-and-by she will know the art like a West Point cadet, and will exercise it as fearlessly.
de Chevalier Dessessart to admit D'Artagnan as a cadet in his company of Guards.
An additional benefit of the ROTC program in our local communities is the cadets serve as Army ambassadors in all that they do.
Mr Brown said he was "hugely impressed" by the work of the cadets and said he wanted to see cadet forces developed "across a whole range of schools".
Maybe for most of us - but not for the cadets enrolled in the Naval Junior ROTC program at Oxford High School and Bartlett Junior Senior High School in Webster.
She asserted that women are fully capable of succeeding at the service academies and should have the same physical and educational standards as male cadets.
LANCASTER -- Cadets enrolled in Antelope Valley College's inaugural sheriff's training academy will honor a slain officer as they celebrate the near end of a grueling 18-week program with a five-plus-mile run Monday.
Warren Wattles, the Academy's head chaplain, used a general Protestant worship service to promote evangelical Christianity, urging cadets to convert their peers and threatening that they would "bum in the fires of hell" if they did not accept Jesus as their personal savior.
In this article, I argue that this should change and suggest a format for an ethics course tailored to ROTC cadets.