conscripting

[ verb kuhn-skript; noun, adjective kon-skript ]SEE DEFINITION OF conscripting

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If it went too far in conscripting men, the country would be crippled.

This conscripting must have gotten under my skin a little deeper than I thought.

Such was the main outline of the scheme for conscripting labor.

One of the chief grievances of former times had been the conscripting of men for public service or the service of the Governor.

We are giving a bounty to all who freely enlist, and are conscripting those who refuse.

If it went too far in conscripting incomes and earnings, the country would likewise be crippled.

They were fearlessly cheeky, grabbing audience members and conscripting them in their plays.

The reason why the Bolshevist dictators are now conscripting Russian labor seems evident.