unmilitary

ADJECTIVE
  1. not associated with soldiers or the military
    fatigue duty involves nonmilitary labor
    unmilitary circles of government
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How To Use unmilitary In A Sentence

  • The latter was the last general to serve in the White House and did so in a decidedly unmilitary fashion.
  • Rupert, that most unmilitary young man, was reconciled to becoming a soldier. THE HARDIE INHERITANCE
  • It is the sophisticated, mondaine, civilised and generally rather unmilitary Germany described so well in this book.
  • So clumsy, so unmilitary, so patently allergic to soldierly duty except where it kept him with his beloved wireles set. IN LOVE AND WAR
  • ‘Geoffrey was completely unmilitary,’ says Bill Harriman, a friend and a fellow Shooting Times columnist, who now examines firearms on the Antiques Roadshow.
  • unmilitary circles of government
  • The subject-matter of bks. 1-3, dealing with the civil wars between Galba, Otho, Vitellius, and Vespasian, is predominantly military, and it is for his handling of this material that Mommsen called Tacitus ‘most unmilitary of writers’.
  • The Praetorian Guard, who despised their unmilitary emperor, defected to Galba on the promise of a donative, and the senate declared Nero a public enemy.
  • It is the sophisticated, mondaine, civilised and generally rather unmilitary Germany described so well by Sybilla Bedford in The Legacy.
  • He designed a quiet, civic memorial without swords, cannons or battle standards, a graceful, simple, timeless and remarkably unmilitary monument to those who died in the world wars.
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