unsoldierly

ADJECTIVE
  1. not conforming to military standards
    unsoldierly posture
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How To Use unsoldierly In A Sentence

  • The elector, incensed at the unsoldierly destruction, challenged the mares-chal to a single combat. Sir Charles Grandison
  • But as a family member recalled, “Like a comet Gen. Stuart was gone, nor would he allow any of his train to remain saying that it was unsoldierly to sleep in a house.” Cavalryman of the Lost Cause
  • They've made snarky jabs about the administration using our soldiers as ' social workers, ' doing all sorts of unmanly, unsoldierly duties.
  • Acceptance means that hereditary power will soon pass to his ineffectual, unsoldierly son, Richard.
  • Not that pathetic unsoldierly fate for Deryn Sharp. Behemoth
  • They did not use gas, and were never guilty of unsoldierly methods. Times, Sunday Times
  • From a cerebral, indomitable, and ultimately overconfident persona, MacArthur tipped into an unsoldierly emergency-man mode. Magic and Mayhem
  • unsoldierly posture
  • Bartholomew felt it necessary to apologize for the last magnificent, heartwarming condition, which he thought unsoldierly. Seven Pillars of Wisdom
  • My arguably unsoldierly position on this issue sprang from no more than the normal personal reserves of courage and compassion, and not from any religious persuasion, which in fact I totally lacked, but simply because it was clearly the Right Thing, whereas abiding or participating in torture was clearly inhumane and personally repugnant to me, i.e. the Wrong Thing. Confessions of an Old Soldier
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