conscription

[ kuh n-skrip-shuh n ]

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Their son got the number 206 in the drawing for the conscription.

He escaped the conscription on the ground of being a widow's eldest son.

A conscription, a march, a bivouac, and a battle will form act the first.

And they had forgotten all about the conscription act that Congress had just passed.

It was a few weeks after the Conscription Act had been passed.

Most men of twenty-one—the age of conscription—were already married and had children.

With regard to conscription, there has always been a dread of it.

Eighteen was the lowest age for conscription, yet he was in the Confederate uniform.

In such circumstances, conscription might well spell Revolution.

I thoroughly agree with what Lady Margaret says about conscription.

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