officer

[ aw-fuh-ser, of-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF officer

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OFFICER

A party of sailors, headed by an officer, came out of the woods, and headed for the shore.

"You shall hear from me, sir," said the officer, biting his lips.

There is an officer in this regiment of the name of Chatterton?

Four men returned to bear off their officer, but all four shared his fate.

All I ask, said Stokes, is to be laid by that officer that I may die in his presence.

The girl, who had halted when the officer halted, as a matter of course, did not look up.

She swayed a little, so that the officer tightened his clasp on her wrist.

The girl thrust forth her left hand, on that side where stood the officer.

The sarcasm was without effect on the dull sensibilities of the officer.

There was a short interval of silence, then the officer's eyes at last fell.

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