[ US /ˌɹɛdʒəˈmɛntəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ɹˌɛd‍ʒɪmˈɛntə‍l/ ]
  1. belonging to or concerning a regiment
    regimental units
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How To Use regimental In A Sentence

  • That was a trick you learned early, from the regimental bonzes who instructed noblemen's sons. Do you ever read writing?
  • Three times a week he holds a "durbar," for the trial of offenders and transaction of general regimental business. Afghanistan and the Anglo-Russian Dispute
  • His staff officers were white except for a black warrant officer, the assistant regimental adjutant.
  • Such programs include trips to Jewish heritage sites, former battlefields, military or regimental museums, and military gravesites.
  • In his last letter home, Price remembers that his regimental commander assembled the regiment on V-E Day and gave a wonderful speech.
  • There are also regimental photographs and pictures of the famous mountains that he once climbed. Times, Sunday Times
  • Seated in a large arm-chair, a smoking tumbler of mulled port before him, sat my friend Mike, dressed in my full regimentals, even to the helmet, which, unfortunately however for the effect, he had put on back foremost; a short "dudeen" graced his lip, and the trumpet so frequently alluded to lay near him. Charles O'Malley — Volume 2
  • Send this document to the regimental headquarters this afternoon.
  • The regimental mascot is a goat.
  • A regimental musician who had become detached from his unit, he followed in the wake of the attack as a spectator.
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