troop[ troop ]SEE DEFINITION OF troop
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TROOP
Gen. Marion had rallied a troop there, and checked the pursuit.
"It is well to have a learned clerk in every troop," said Sir Nigel.
A troop trotted off to the right out of the line fire of the fort.
He ordered the first troop to mount, and the second to cover the retirement.
Never a village fool without a troop of babies at his heels.
But how did you know we had been attacked by a troop of bears?
He will slay more men in a day than a troop of horse in a ten-mile chase.
And how large a ball-room do you suppose a troop of them would need?
You will not forget to give me your opinion of my Austrian troop.
Let the truth of this be what it may, the troop to which he belonged was soon disbanded.