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foot soldier

noun as in soldier who fights on foot

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They recruited foot soldiers, assembled into formation and descended on the city of Charlottesville for a weekend of rage, the lawyers continued.

The teams are often organized in silos so the foot soldiers don’t know other players or all the details.

The legacy of the foot soldiers like John Lewis requires that we pick up that baton — the baton of voter access, the baton of voter equality — and we continue the next leg.

An accurate condemnation of the war on drugs would require Christie to target a particularly loud foot soldier: himself.

In other words, in the war against heart disease, you might say that Dr. Robertson is an officer and I am a foot soldier.

But, in an email to the Daily Beast, Chaffetz insisted he was simply being a loyal Republican foot soldier.

She was a foot soldier in the Congress when the assault weapons passed in 1994.

The Roman case grew out of a 2010 complaint from a gang member who essentially served as a foot soldier for the family.

Each bore upon his back a great Chimra, heavy as a sack of coal, or as the equipment of a foot-soldier of Rome.

Each horseman of the principal corps had a foot soldier riding on the same horse behind him.

Thus reduced to want, he went to London, and having enlisted as a foot-soldier, he was discharged after several years service.

Each horseman received double the share of a foot soldier, and each knight double the share of a horseman.

The latter grasped his crutch, as he had formerly seized the sword he carried as a foot soldier ere he lost his leg before Padua.

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On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to foot soldier, such as: infantryman, and infantry trooper.

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