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SOLDIER, noun soljur. [from Latin solidus, a piece of money, the pay of a soldier ]
1. A man engaged in military service; one whose occupation is military; a man enlisted for service in an army; a private, or noe in the ranks. There ought to be some time for sober reflection between the life of a soldier and his death.
2. A man enrolled for service, when on duty or embodied for military discipline; a private; as a militia soldier
3. Emphatically, a brave warrior; a man of military experience and skill, or a man of distinguished valor. In this sense, an officer of any grade may be denominated a soldier
SOLDIERESS, noun A female soldier. [Not in use.]
SOLDIERLIKE, SOLDIERLY, adjective Like or becoming a real soldier; brave; martial; heroic; honorable.
SOLDIERLIKE, SOLDIERLY adjective Like or becoming a real soldier; brave; martial; heroic; honorable.
Military enrollment of Israel:
In the wilderness of Sinai
In the plains of Moab
Levies of, in the ratio of one man to ten subject to duty
Dressed in scarlet
Come to John
Officers concerned in the betrayal of Jesus
Maintain the peace
Their duty as sentinels
Of the divine protection
SOLDIERSHIP, noun Military qulities; military character or state; martial skill; behavior becoming a soldier.
1. Soldiers collectively; the body of military men. I charge not the soldiery with ignorance and contempt of learning, without exception.
2. Soldiership; military service.