brigade

Part of speech: verb

To form into a brigade.

Part of speech: noun

A force of two or more regiments.

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Usage examples "brigade":

  1. As soon as they had landed the Mayo regiment was marched to a village two miles inland, and, with two others of the same brigade, encamped near it. - "With Moore At Corunna", G. A. Henty.
  2. I hope-- I trust-- that all of the fellows in the brigade feel the same way about me." - "Dave Darrin's Fourth Year at Annapolis", H. Irving Hancock.
  3. She's one of the old brigade, but I'm hoping to make her see sense. - "The Spinners", Eden Phillpotts.