Similar words: regime, sentiment, raiment, compliment, experiment, impediment, experimental, region. Meaning: ['redʒɪmənt] n. army unit smaller than a division. v. 1. subject to rigid discipline, order, and systematization 2. form (military personnel) into a regiment 3. assign to a regiment.
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1 The regiment made an advance on the enemy lines.
2 The regiment was ordered to the front.
3 A whole regiment of the enemy troop got caught in our ambush was eliminated completely.
4 He was gazetted to a new regiment.
5 The regiment is on parade.
6 The regiment disbanded when the war was over.
7 Our regiment is attached to the first division.
8 The entire regiment was on parade.
9 He was a dishonor to his regiment.
10 Our regiment will garrison the town.
11 One regiment was trapped behind enemy lines .
12 The regiment was stationed in Singapore for several years.
13 At the end of the war the regiment disbanded.
14 The advance guards of the regiment were called in.
15 The regiment traces its history back to 1803.
16 Half the regiment was away on exercise.
17 They deserted from their regiment.
18 His courage brought great credit to his regiment.
19 Form a regiment into columns.
20 Their regiment is stationed in Cyprus.
21 The General commanded that the regiment attack at once.
22 Colonel Sailing commands the Guards Regiment.
23 He was put in the command of a regiment.
24 The prince rode at the head of his regiment.
25 He became a trooper in the Royal Tank Regiment.
26 Half the regiment fell before the enemy onslaught.
27 He enlisted in the Lancashire regiment.
28 They reformed a division into a regiment.
29 The Parachute Regiment could be forced to admit women.
30 The regiment covered itself with glory in the invasion battle.
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