- n. Plural form of irregular.
“ Healthy male ex-slaves were armed and assigned to training companies, which we called the irregulars, because we didn’t have uniforms for them.”
“Very improbably, "irregulars" -- wildcat supporters with their own phone bank, calling lists and scripts.”
“QUESTION: Sir, are you worried that you're being dragged into a war of attrition by the so-called irregulars?”
“They did not expect to have this amount of resistance, A, from the so-called irregulars, the Saddam Fedayeen that we've been talking about, those special militias that were created by the regime to control internal, to enforce internal repression and to control internal dissent.”
“The leader of the irregulars was a big, hard-faced, burly man.”
“Some of them stayed because they were afraid they would be arrested when they went outside, or shot at, because they are part of the Palestinian police or had been part of what we could call irregulars, fighting militia brigades.”
“French soldiers, both regulars and irregulars, that is Francs-tireurs, located in the district, he deemed it best to retire on Toury and”
“The dissidents (in 1922 they were called irregulars) are on the other.”
“It's not the full frontal assault that's no longer possible as it was before, but the sneak flanking attack by subversive 'irregulars', some, yes Paid, some volunteers '!?”
“Whatever happened to the idea that we would express our grave concerns about the occupancy of a portion of those territories by Al Qaeda and Taliban 'irregulars' and our continued support to the Pakistani efforts to hunt down and capture them, or push them back into Afghanistan were we are legitimately engaged in actions against them?”
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