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Synonyms for regiment

Words related to regiment

army unit smaller than a division

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subject to rigid discipline, order, and systematization

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form (military personnel) into a regiment

assign to a regiment

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We were not a large tribe; afterwards, all our able-bodied men numbered one full regiment in Chaka's army, perhaps there were between two and three thousand of them, but they were brave.
The first part of the review was all sunshine, and the regiments went by in wave upon wave of legs all moving together, and guns all in a line, till our eyes grew dizzy.
One morning, however, he found himself in the ranks of his prepared regiment.
Lord Winter answers for his regiment, or at least very nearly so -- we will not split straws about words -- let him place himself at the head of his men, we will place ourselves at the side of your majesty, and we will mow a swath through Cromwell's army and reach Scotland.
One regiment was placed in the Town House, which we now call the Old State House.
An Irish regiment, for just so long as it stands still, is generally a hard handful to control, being reckless and rough.
They were the advance-party of a regiment on the march, sent out, as usual, to mark the camp.
Dirkovitch was a Russian - a Russian of the Russians - who appeared to get his bread by serving the Czar as an officer in a Cossack regiment, and corresponding for a Russian newspaper with a name that was never twice alike.
Stick to your Regiment, Bobby - stick to your Regiment.
Look round, white lords; look round," and he rolled his one wicked eye from regiment to regiment.
At length one presented himself; he was a sharp- shooter of the regiment of Picardy, named Luzerne, who took aim at the animal, fired, and hit him in the quarters, for we saw the blood redden the hair of the horse.
Despite the un-Russian appearance of the locality and surroundings- fruit gardens, stone fences, tiled roofs, and hills in the distance- and despite the fact that the inhabitants (who gazed with curiosity at the soldiers) were not Russians, the regiment had just the appearance of any Russian regiment preparing for an inspection anywhere in the heart of Russia.
He had the misfortune to incur the displeasure of his colonel, who for many years continued in the command of this regiment.
I have been at the Horse Guards this morning, and there's no doubt that our regiment will be ordered abroad, and on its way to Belgium before the week is over.
And what was most important, the interests of the regiment were involved in it too.