Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of regiment.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of regiment.

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Examples

  • And, as I have learned while I served the Spaniard, the Duke of Alva in former times had the leaguer-lasses who followed his camp marshalled into TERTIAS (whilk me call regiments), and officered and commanded by those of their own feminine gender, and regulated by a commander-in chief, called in German Hureweibler, or, as we would say vernacularly, Captain of the Queans.

    A Legend of Montrose

  • In spite of successive ordinances regulating salutes and signals for the Corps of Drums in French regiments, the Swiss Guard retained their own original ones and were thus distinct from other Royal troops.

    Archive 2008-05-11

  • In spite of successive ordinances regulating salutes and signals for the Corps of Drums in French regiments, the Swiss Guard retained their own original ones and were thus distinct from other Royal troops.

    Drummers Fifers and Music of the Kings Guard

  • The story of many individual regiments is accessible, but we have been lacking that comprehensive and authoritative survey of the Canadian Militia and the Reserve Army which Major-General Browne has so ably given to us today.

    Canada's Reserve Army

  • They massed themselves together in regiments, in armies.

    The House of Arden

  • The efficiency of the Japanese army is due chiefly to what Japanese officers have learned in German regiments and military schools.

    The Story of the Great War, Volume I (of 8) Introductions; Special Articles; Causes of War; Diplomatic and State Papers

  • This army of course was mainly composed of Austrian troops, but was stiffened throughout by some of the best regiments from the German army.

    History of the World War, Vol. 3

  • This army of course was mainly composed of Austrian troops, but was stiffened throughout by some of the best regiments from the German army.

    History of the World War An Authentic Narrative of the World's Greatest War

  • And, as I have learned while I served the Spaniard, the Duke of Alva in former times had the leaguer-lasses who followed his camp marshalled into tertias (whilk we call regiments), and officered and commanded by those of their own feminine gender, and regulated by a commander-in-chief, called in German Hureweibler, or, as we would say vernacularly, Captain of the Queans.

    A Legend of Montrose

  • General M'Clellan has reviewed two returned regiments from the balcony of the Fifth Avenue Hotel.

    Foreign and Colonial News

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