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- n. A soldier in the cavalry.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One of a body of cavalry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. cavalrymen (-men). A soldier trained to fight on horseback; a member of a cavalry regiment.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a soldier in a motorized army unit
- n. a soldier mounted on horseback
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The cavalryman was a foot shorter than Sharpe, but he seemed to compensate for his lack of height with a look of Cromwellian fervour and rectitude.
We ought to be much better cavalrymen than infantrymen, because the essential in a cavalryman is a fearless impetuosity.
Ever the cavalryman, Patton believed in the devil taking the hindmost and showed scant regard for protection of his advancing flanks.
The cavalryman John Buford is one of the genuine heroes of the Union victory at Gettysburg.
Because a fallen masculine was a Confederate soldier, a Confederates reason their glow as good as after cheered a Union cavalryman for his kindness.
One of their number, an old Macedonian cavalryman named Callines, came forward to speak for the men.
The Theban hoplites drilled endlessly and, whether common soldier or wealthy cavalryman, were ruled by iron discipline.
Edward, my young English cavalryman, was … She trailed off, affected as ever by her heartrending memories of him.
I was running for the cavalryman, yelling a warning seconds before he was shot.
To his supporters, the general is recognized as an expert cavalryman and hero whose war-fighting techniques were ahead of his time.