conscript

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • He was conscripted but sent back because he was the father of six children. Cited from The Delta of the Triple Elevens, by William Elmer Bachman
  • As days went on, more conscripts laid down their arms and refused further service.
  • Most conscripts however were employed on non-military duties after doing their basic training.
  • They were conscripted to fight for a cause they did not believe in.
  • Most of the company officers were also conscripts who had been elected to their positions.
  • The young men's association helped twice a year families whose boys had been conscripted. Cited from The Foundations of Japan, by J.W. Robertson Scott
  • He required every new conquered state to provide conscripts for his next campaign.
  • Another problem for the union was that many of its members were conscripted.
  • Five years later, he was conscripted by the French army, where he spent two years.
  • Shortly after this he was conscripted into the army for two years, where he refused to carry arms.
  • Many hundreds of conscripts did their basic training there before it was closed.
  • The Act gave the President the power to conscript men for military service.
  • It was said that there were not enough men, and he started conscripting women as well.
  • A sound came from the conscript's room as he drew his chair to the table. Cited from Library of the World's Best Mystery and Detective Stories, by Hawthorne
  • A sound came from the conscript's room as he drew his chair to the table. Cited from Library of the World's Best Mystery and Detective Stories, by Hawthorne
  • He and his family worked in a sugar factory until the navy conscripted him.
  • Thus in practice, Jewish children were often conscripted as young as eight or nine years old.
  • French conscripts forced into the German Army are always sent as far as possible from home. Cited from East of Paris, by Matilda Betham-Edwards
  • Conscripted soldiers underwent one year of training and one year of service as non-professional soldiers.
  • Many of the German units were recent conscripts with very little experience.
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Meaning of conscript

  • verb Enroll into service compulsorily
    The men were conscripted