[ UK /kɐdˈɛt/ ]
[ US /kəˈdɛt/ ]
  1. a military trainee (as at a military academy)
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How To Use cadet In A Sentence

  • Many years ago, we enjoyed a wine called Muscadet from Daniel Gehrs Wines in California. Something Completely Different
  • They have to be in the sea cadets for three months, have to be in civvies while the other are in uniform.
  • ‘He and my brother started in journalism together as two little wide eyed cadets,’ she said.
  • We have a combined cadet force corps. Times, Sunday Times
  • As he exhaled, Erik let his arrow fly with a sharp twang of the string, the sound echoed thirty times over as the rest of the cadets fired.
  • Cadet_ (_during his first term at Osborne -- where he has been told always to salute his superior officers of both services -- meeting some "temporary" subalterns who disregard his salute_). Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 150, March 1, 1916
  • Secondly, it assumes coat armour to be hereditary in the male lines of a family, with differences to distinguish cadet branches.
  • The suit - made from netting and hessian - took Karl, 16, an army cadet, more than 120-hours to complete.
  • The cadet contingent also provided a guard at the Cenotaph for Tuesday's remembrance service and the catafalque party demonstrated a memorable and solemn performance.
  • JROTC also runs a Middle School Cadet Corp for children as young as 11, that militarizes them even before they graduate elementary school. Pentagon Recruits Kids Under 17, Violating UN Protocol
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