Thesaurus / signaller
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Being a signaller, I had the doubtful privilege of owning a bicycle, which had to be pushed or carried every inch of the way.

Suddenly the signaller rose, and, crouching low, bolted back towards the guns.

Servants of the GunsJeffery E. Jeffery

Signaller John Wilkinson and another member of the battalion plunged into the thick smoke and brought out seven men.

The Irish at the FrontMichael MacDonagh

Here, a signaller of the 16th Battalion happened to turn up and acted as my guide.

The Great War As I Saw ItFrederick George Scott

The signaller's exclamation was: "Blimey, mate, it's lucky he ain't broke the blinkin' line again!"

In the remains of a wrecked dug-out or emplacement a signaller sat, calmly transmitting messages to Battalion Headquarters.

AttackEdward G. D. Liveing

Signaller should stand erect, well balanced on the arches of the feet.

This very definite news was usually traced back to some signaller who had overheard something on the telephone.

G. H. Q.Frank Fox

It is exactly like a signaller "offering" a train to the next block.

Sea WarfareRudyard Kipling

We hurried forward, expecting to find that our signaller had been killed.

WORDS RELATED TO SIGNALLER

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.