conscripted[ verb kuhn-skript; noun, adjective kon-skript ]SEE DEFINITION OF conscripted
Synonyms for conscripted
- called up
- made a member of
- made part of
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSCRIPTED
Men will be conscripted to the extent that it is wise and just and needful.
So, and no other, should wealth and the country's resources in general be conscripted.
He was conscripted but sent back because he was the father of six children.
And work, as these years have taught the observant, is but for slaves and the conscripted.
But he got conscripted by a bomb that took a corner off the hospital and one off his head.
I've accepted your resignation, conscripted you again, and reappointed you——!
Former laborers had fled or had been conscripted, jailed, or killed.
They fired their rifles and pistols; they caroused and conscripted fighters.
It has conscripted a portion, a large portion, of the incomes of the Nation.
Every atom of personality, mental and physical, is conscripted into the task.