enlisted


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en·list·ed

 (ĕn-lĭs′tĭd)
adj.
Of, relating to, or being a member of a military rank below a commissioned officer or warrant officer.

en•list•ed

(ɛnˈlɪs tɪd)
adj.
of, pertaining to, or belonging to the part of the armed services ranking below commissioned officers or warrant officers: enlisted personnel; enlisted seniority.
[1715–25]
Translations

enlisted

[ɪnˈlɪstɪd] adj (US) (MILITARY) enlisted man → simple soldat m
enlisted woman → femme f soldat
enlisted soldier → simple soldat m
References in classic literature ?
Indeed, he soon discovered that his recruits, enlisted at Montreal, were fit to vie with the ragged regiment of Falstaff.
Attracted by the high pay and considerable bounties offered by the Gun Club, he had enlisted a choice legion of stokers, iron-founders, lime-burners, miners, brickmakers, and artisans of every trade, without distinction of color.
On the march Tars Tarkas, through his remarkable ability and statesmanship, enlisted fifty thousand more warriors from various hordes, so that, ten days after we set out we halted at midnight outside the great walled city of Zodanga, one hundred and fifty thousand strong.
He had enlisted a party of one hundred and ten men, most of whom had been in the Indian country, and some of whom were experienced hunters and trappers.
Duke Filippo being dead, the Milanese enlisted Francesco Sforza against the Venetians, and he, having overcome the enemy at Caravaggio,[*] allied himself with them to crush the Milanese, his masters.
Nevertheless, the next morning he had gone to a town that was near his mother's farm and had enlisted in a company that was forming there.
But it is evident that this was not Solon's intention, but that it arose from accident; for the people being the cause of the naval victory over the Medes, assumed greatly upon it, and enlisted themselves under factious demagogues, although opposed by the better part of the citizens.
"'Section Seven, that any officer or enlisted man'--remember Section One, gentlemen, you are all enlisted men--"that any enlisted man of the militia who shall refuse or neglect to present himself to such mustering officer upon being called forth as herein prescribed, shall be subject to trial by court martial, and shall be punished as such court martial shall direct.'
Making his way to Nashville, already occupied by the Army of General Buell, he enlisted in the first organization that he found, a Kentucky regiment of cavalry, and in due time passed through all the stages of military evolution from raw recruit to experienced trooper.
Once enlisted in the adventure the baboons became quite enthusiastic about it.
Her present condition was precisely one which would have enlisted the sympathies of old Mr and Mrs Clare.
they were enlisted for so short a period, that, as soon as they began to be respectable soldiers, it was time to discharge them.

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