infantryman

[ in-fuh n-tree-muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF infantryman

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The cavalryman is more shielded from the deadly missile than the infantryman.

In this war, as in most others, it is the infantryman who stands the brunt of the fighting.

The infantryman carried a rifle, belt, haversack and canteen.

All this, of course, is only the infantryman's idea of things.

Harrys father was an infantryman, and Sammys parent served in the Navy.

The infantryman plies a spade a week for every hour that he pumps a rifle.

There is more need for resolution in the infantryman than in the cavalryman.

The Frenchman has more qualities of the cavalryman than of the infantryman.

In short, the infantryman is always more tired than the cavalryman.

The likeness of the Jap infantryman to the Gurkha grows when you see him in bulk.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR INFANTRYMAN

foot soldier

nounsoldier who fights on foot
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