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  • At that moment he and his father are ordered to go to their barracks.
  • Within all these buildings a barracks was built to house the soldiers.
  • The military also made space available at the barracks for the team's use.
  • The university has also acquired some former military barracks built in the 19th century.
  • They would also make these barracks if the fort they had was going to stay there for good.
  • I had a barrack-room full of these people to look after. Cited from At Suvla Bay, by John Hargrave
  • A further barrack block was later built outside the fort to house additional troops.
  • When first the great barrack broke into sight we must have been at least two miles distant. Cited from Old Fires and Profitable Ghosts, by A. T. Quiller-Couch
  • They were barracked around a village green in the centre of the town.
  • The stadium has been named so because there used to be barracks next to stadium.
  • The estate was used as a barracks for troops during both world wars.
  • The land was taken over by the government and uses for military barracks during world war II.
  • The castle became a military barracks, which remained so until early in the 19th century.
  • In a short time all the men were formed in line in the barrack-yard. Cited from France in the Nineteenth Century, by Elizabeth Latimer
  • Prior to this they played their home games at the Barrack Hill ground.
  • After all, what are we giving up but an old barrack? Cited from La Vendee, by Anthony Trollope
  • Eventually he was allowed to drive the engine to an army barracks a short distance from the palace.
  • Three minutes later the barrack was set on fire in a dozen places. Cited from Jack Archer, by G. A. Henty
  • Construction began on a ground training building in May and an additional barracks in June.
  • It has taken control of two former British Army barracks in the centre of the city.
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Meaning of barrack

  • noun A building or group of buildings used to house military personnel
  • verb Lodge in barracks