[ UK /ɹˈɛd‍ʒɪmənt/ ]
[ US /ˈɹɛdʒəmənt/ ]
  1. army unit smaller than a division
  1. assign to a regiment
    regiment soldiers
  2. form (military personnel) into a regiment
  3. subject to rigid discipline, order, and systematization
    regiment one's children
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How To Use regiment In A Sentence

  • The officers ran out down the stairs and onto King Street, where the men of Lossburg's regiment had unlimbered a battery of cannons in a small park.
  • The threatened uniform typically consists of a khaki military tunic with trousers, though in Scottish regiments the trousers are usually tartan or replaced by a kilt.
  • The farmer, the papers had said, was a part-time policeman, a member of the Protestant Ulster Defence Regiment, the UDR. DEATH OF AN UNKNOWN MAN
  • Washington accused Dinwiddie of claiming that he had exceeded his authority by allowing batmen and transport for the officers of the Virginia Regiment. George Washington’s First War
  • When faced with mass desertion, regiments often lacked the personnel to pursue the scofflaws, and soldiers could count on the sympathy of civilians willing to give them jobs rather than report them.
  • The Parachute Regiment could be forced to admit women.
  • The land forces are organised into British, Austrian and French divisions, all of which contain recreations of the original infantry, cavalry and artillery regiments that fought during the Napoleonic wars.
  • It was during the 1939-45 war, that the Royal Marines took on a commando role, linking the regiment to the Army Commandos that already existed.
  • That was a trick you learned early, from the regimental bonzes who instructed noblemen's sons. Do you ever read writing?
  • Campbell, contact all of the COs of all of the other brigades, wings, regiments, and divisions.
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