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adjective as in enlisted

adjective as in inducted

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In contrast to so many of those who were drafted, the players did not enter the Vietnam War reluctantly.

In other words, during the days of the draft, they were drafted for two years.

In 1944, Bennett (then Anthony Benedetto) was drafted as a teenager into the Army in the closing year of World War II.

There are now 40 rounds, down from 50 when Broshuis was drafted.

That is the fate that awaits the vast number of players drafted into the majors.

Drafted also a long cable discussing a diversion on the Asiatic shore of the Dardanelles.

The little bullet-headed Jim was drafted off to the workhouse school, and from thence to a small fishing-smack.

Upon this Labienus marched against the city, having with him cohorts drafted from the Roman soldiery stationed in Asia.

By March 11 a permanent constitution was drafted, reproducing that of the United States, with certain modifications.

General Cavaignac, at the direction of the Assembly, retained his dictatorial powers until a new Constitution could be drafted.


On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to drafted, such as: commissioned, engaged, enrolled, entered, inducted, and joined.

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