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soldiering
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Concise Dictionary
soldiers|soldiered|soldiering'səʊldʒə(r)
noun
+an enlisted man or woman who serves in an army
+a wingless sterile ant or termite having a large head and powerful jaws adapted for defending the colony
verb
+serve as a soldier in the military
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 serviceman, servicewoman, recruit, fighter, infantryman, foot-soldier, trooper, warrior, military man, man-at-arms, Brit Tommy (Atkins), US enlisted man or woman, Colloq Brit squaddie, US GI or G.I. (Joe), Old-fashioned (WWI) doughboy:
Enemy soldiers had been reconnoitring our position during the night.
2 fighter, stalwart, supporter, militant:
He has been a soldier in the fight against poverty all his life.
v.
3 serve (in the army):
In his family the men have been soldiering for generations.
4 soldier on. continue, persist, persevere, endure, drive, keep going, keep on or at, grind, drudge:
Despite the set-backs, they soldiered on to complete the project in time.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
[U] the life or activity of being a soldier: His soldiering days were over.


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