Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of brigade.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • When I walked down to the collection point, a small high school in the armpit of F.I.T., the place was swarming with volunteers, everyone busily bucket-brigading wrapped food or canned goods onto a bread truck.

    Usefulness In A Crisis: My 9/11 Story | ATTACKERMAN

  • Bill: how about painting the Mousquetaires du Roi at 2 squadrons and then brigading them with your horse grenadiers, as they did historically?

    SYW Association Convention - Part II

  • From the battle of Nakhl Mubarak we abandoned the brigading of

    Seven Pillars of Wisdom

  • The most serious were: brigading of Japanese with Chinese troops against Communists everywhere, employment of Japanese advisers in all branches of government, autonomy for five northern provinces, and reduction of tariffs to the level of 1928.

    1936, July 19

  • In providing these troops, the old vexing question arose again of brigading units according to the states from which they came.

    Lee’s Lieutenants

  • But even with this brigading of the United States 'troops with the seasoned veterans, which, in plain language, meant a mingling of the two forces, there was much that was strictly American among the new arrivals.

    Air Service Boys in the Big Battle Or, Silencing the Big Guns

  • In brigading the regiments no attention whatever was paid to the race or color of the men.

    The Colored Regulars in the United States Army

  • Much against his will and only as a result of extreme pressure, the American commander-in-chief agreed to a temporary continuance of the brigading of American troops with the British and the

    Woodrow Wilson and the World War A Chronicle of Our Own Times.

  • About the middle of November, pursuant to a policy of brigading together, so far as possible, troops from the same

    Four years under Marse Robert,

  • You can't manufacture an army by brigading regiments -- by creating divisions and forming army corps.

    Ailsa Paige

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  • Your definition makes sense, alexz, if the emphasis is put on a long 'a' for the middle syllable. If the emphasis is put on the first syllable it becomes the dinner bell in the ship's prison.

    June 15, 2016

  • on reddit, brigading is where you rally up a group of people to upvote or downvote another reddit, user, or set of comments they posted.

    a group of people who perform this is a brigade

    June 15, 2016