cavalryman

[ kav-uh l-ree-muh n, -man ]SEE DEFINITION OF cavalryman
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The cavalryman is more shielded from the deadly missile than the infantryman.

Wildly galloping, cavalryman after cavalryman passed her by.

The cavalryman, taken by surprise, let out a cry of rage and pain.

What kind of a cavalryman do you call yourself, with no eyes for a pretty girl?

The cavalryman refused the offer, and told his comrade to keep them.

He was very useful, despite his unfitness for many of the duties of a cavalryman.

"Oh, I've killed a few of them," answered the cavalryman, modestly.

"A message from Captain Truman," said the cavalryman as he did so.

As fast as he struggled up, the cavalryman knocked him down again.

The horse shied, the cavalryman jumped off and knocked him down.

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