cohort

[ koh-hawrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF cohort

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The cohort on duty was drawn up under arms at the palace gates.

I must,” replied Marcus; “but it will be dreadful for the first cohort which leads.

When Uncle Si and his cohort got through with them they were as billowy as the surface of the ocean.

Nevertheless, he disregarded the "cohort," and paid the money into the treasury.

Certainly, if the butchers of the Schwarzburg are to form my cohort.

Soon he saw an acquaintance, a leader of a cohort, and nodded to him.

These credentials I have collected from a cohort of past admirers and they can be vouched for.

But the ranks of their cohort will be thin when the remnant reacheth the fort.

Helmets and standards and the shields of a cohort of a legion.

I was as deep a sinner as any man in the cohort, and no man can be much worse than that.

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