The defeated Imperial army was massacred to a man, from the Emperor down to the foot-soldier.
My father, chief of the Mahrek-Ha-Droad, was not accompanied by a foot-soldier.
Leader and retainer, horseman and foot-soldier,—all are equipped with the target.
But the foot-soldier would be a body without a soul, if he had no countrywoman.
Grab was the slang term used in India to denote a foot-soldier.
I am a Florentine, that is true, but I shall be a foot-soldier in that fight.
The Turkish foot-soldier has always been famous as a fighting man.
It is the foot-soldier who is the measure of all things out here.
Thus reduced to want, he went to London, and having enlisted as a foot-soldier, he was discharged after several years service.
An arrow pierced the foot of that foot-soldier Dost the Kotwl who has been mentioned already;1254 when we reached Kbul, he died.