sergeant

[ UK /sˈɑːd‍ʒənt/ ]
[ US /ˈsɑɹdʒənt/ ]
NOUN
  1. any of several noncommissioned officer ranks in the Army or Air Force or Marines ranking above a corporal
  2. a lawman with the rank of sergeant
  3. an English barrister of the highest rank
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How To Use sergeant In A Sentence

  • It still perplexes Kross that he survived while the firefighter on the other side of Josephine, Sergeant Bacco, did not. Humble 9/11 hero relives tale of the twin towers for tourists
  • FLORES: My name is Sergeant Flores, Christopher R. CNN Transcript Jun 17, 2006
  • The instructor, a short, stocky, ex–Marine sergeant wearing black-rimmed glasses, navy pants, and a short-sleeved maroon shirt that had his name embroidered above the front pocket, was just what I would have expected. Muffins and Mayhem
  • He was busted from sergeant to private.
  • Holding the chain railing, we followed our leader and had up-close encounters with yellow tails, sergeant majors, blue tang, trumpet fish, and other reef dwellers.
  • On the ‘digital’ battlefield there is a real likelihood that brigade commanders will talk directly to sergeants or corporals commanding sections and that intermediate officers will be sidelined.
  • Then Vernage noticed Sergeant King staggering down the road in a desperate bid to flag down a car.
  • McCarthy remains dismissive of the allegations and defensive of the former sergeant, saying he was "brutalized" by his colleagues, in particular, by a few senior officers "exerting locker room peer pressure" in the department ranks. MPNnow Home RSS
  • He saw privates, corporals, sergeants, and all the other ranks waiting for treatment from anything such as a broken limb, to a gunshot wound to a vital area of the body.
  • His father is a staff sergeant in the army.
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