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Soldier vs. Militant

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Soldiernoun

A member of an army, of any rank.

Militantadjective

Fighting or disposed to fight; belligerent, warlike.

Soldiernoun

A private in military service, as distinguished from an officer.

Militantadjective

Aggressively supporting of a political or social cause; adamant, combative.

Soldiernoun

A guardsman.

Militantnoun

(obsolete) A soldier, a combatant.

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Soldiernoun

A member of the Salvation Army.

Militantnoun

An entrenched or aggressive adherent to a particular cause, now especially a member of a particular ideological faction.

Soldiernoun

A piece of buttered bread (or toast), cut into a long thin strip for dipping into a soft-boiled egg.

Militantnoun

Specifically, someone who supports the Trotskyist political view expressed in the newspaper Militant, or who engages in aggressive left-wing politics.

Soldiernoun

A term of affection for a young boy.

Militantadjective

Engaged in warfare; fighting; combating; serving as a soldier.

‘At which command the powers militant . . .Moved on in silence.’;

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Soldiernoun

Someone who fights or toils well.

Militantnoun

a militant reformer

Soldiernoun

The red or cuckoo gurnard (Chelidonichthys cuculus).

Militantadjective

engaged in war;

‘belligerent (or warring) nations’; ‘a fighting war’;

Soldiernoun

One of the asexual polymorphic forms of termites, in which the head and jaws are very large and strong. The soldiers serve to defend the nest.

Militantadjective

showing a fighting disposition without self-seeking;

‘highly competitive sales representative’; ‘militant in fighting for better wages for workers’; ‘his self-assertive and ubiquitous energy’;

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Soldierverb

To continue steadfast; to keep striving.

Militant

The English word militant is both an adjective and a noun, and is generally used to mean vigorously active, combative and/or aggressive, especially in support of a cause, as in . It comes from the 15th century Latin meaning .

‘militant reformers’; ‘warrior’; ‘to serve as a soldier’;

Soldierverb

To serve a soldier.

Soldierverb

To intentionally restrict labor productivity; to work at the slowest rate that goes unpunished.

Soldiernoun

One who is engaged in military service as an officer or a private; one who serves in an army; one of an organized body of combatants.

‘I am a soldier and unapt to weep.’;

Soldiernoun

Especially, a private in military service, as distinguished from an officer.

‘It were meet that any one, before he came to be a captain, should have been a soldier.’;

Soldiernoun

A brave warrior; a man of military experience and skill, or a man of distinguished valor; - used by way of emphasis or distinction.

Soldiernoun

The red or cuckoo gurnard (Trigla pini.

Soldiernoun

One of the asexual polymorphic forms of white ants, or termites, in which the head and jaws are very large and strong. The soldiers serve to defend the nest. See Termite.

Soldierverb

To serve as a soldier.

Soldierverb

To make a pretense of doing something, or of performing any task.

‘It needs an opera glass to discover whether the leaders are pulling, or only soldiering.’;

Soldiernoun

an enlisted man or woman who serves in an army;

‘the soldiers stood at attention’;

Soldiernoun

a wingless sterile ant or termite having a large head and powerful jaws adapted for defending the colony

Soldierverb

serve as a soldier in the military

Soldier

A soldier is one who fights as part of a military. A soldier can be a conscripted or volunteer enlisted person, a non-commissioned officer, or an officer.

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