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  • as inarmy
  • as inmilitary
  • as introop/troops
  • as introop

synonyms for soldiery

  • artillery
  • battalion
  • command
  • company
  • corps
  • infantry
  • squad
  • troops
  • battery
  • brigade
  • cavalry
  • column
  • detail
  • division
  • flight
  • formation
  • legion
  • outfit
  • platoon
  • regiment
  • soldiers
  • wing
  • armed force
  • patrol unit
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antonyms for soldiery

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  • individual
  • whole
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      How to use soldiery in a sentence

      There were few people to be seen, and the children might have been taken for those of the soldiery, who ranged far.
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      Open insults and threats were offered by the rebel soldiery whenever opportunity afforded.
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      Finally, the chiefs actually feed the soldiery who watch them!
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      Sebastian swept round upon the soldiery with his terrible gaze, and all recoiled.
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      The Yankee officers were sent to an upper room, while the refugees were guarded below, under the immediate eyes of the soldiery.
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      Upon this Labienus marched against the city, having with him cohorts drafted from the Roman soldiery stationed in Asia.
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      The Sikh ranks had been mainly recruited from our disbanded Sepoy soldiery and deserters.
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      Under the feudal system, the land was held in trust and burdened with the support of the soldiery.
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      Henry VII., in order to weaken the power of the nobles, put an end to their maintaining independent soldiery.
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      The colonists felt disgusted and injured, but not overawed, by the obtruded soldiery.
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      WORDS RELATED TO SOLDIERY

      • arrays
      • clouds
      • companies
      • crowds
      • divisions
      • flocks
      • hordes
      • hosts
      • legions
      • mobs
      • multitudes
      • outfits
      • packs
      • regiments
      • scores
      • swarms
      • throngs
      • units
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