trooper

[ troo-per ]SEE DEFINITION OF trooper

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TROOPER

I believe the soldier swore like a trooper, and it was really quite excusable.

And as he went a trooper followed him, with orders to track him till daylight.

McBain signed to the trooper at the rear of the wagon and the man stripped the cover off.

With obvious disgust he signed again to the trooper to replace the cover.

On the opposite wall the light of the trooper's lanthorn fell brightly.

Vain were the trooper's struggles to free himself from that throttling grip.

Then, beckoning a trooper to his side, he whispered an order in his ear.

Hogan signed to the trooper, who closed the door and withdrew.

A trooper who looked as though he might be in charge, spoke to Zack.

Lane said, "They told us in Trooper Academy that it's the men that win the wars."

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