patrol[ puh-trohl ]SEE DEFINITION OF patrol
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PATROL
Scarcely a night went by without its patrol or ambulance case.
The men in the canoe were surely keen of eye, and they must be a patrol.
I set off with all speed, and when I arrived there was a Prussian patrol at the cottage.
Possibly, after all, the man was merely a patrol from some outlying station.
I'll tell you what you might do, Chance: you might patrol the roads on the edge of town.
"They had their reasons, I suppose," he was told by the patrol leader.
"No, and it's safe for us to push on," the patrol leader announced.
Suppose a patrol should come along, what a nice fix I should be in!
He was a patrol guard, on a visiting tour of the outlying stations.
A moment afterwards she heard the patrol challenging him on the piazza.