army

[ ahr-mee ]SEE DEFINITION OF army

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When you kill off all your present army, you must git up a draft.

A God-in-Chief was therefore created, like the commanding general of an army.

They served the King faithfully as officers in his army and as collectors of his taxes.

They belonged to the times when 30,000 men were an army, and when campaigns were spent in sieges.

He beat the army in the field, and then let the fortresses drop one by one into his hands.

He had made up his mind to put an end to the purchase of commissions in the army.

The purchase of official positions in the army was thus abolished.

He was more than usually polite to the major: he was in the army, the goal of his aspiration!

She was terrible as an army with banners; fair as the sea or the sunset.

The army, or the hosts, were called the army of God, or the hosts of God.

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