Definition of Cavalries

1. Noun. (plural of cavalry) ¹



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Definition of Cavalries

1. cavalry [n] - See also: cavalry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cavalries

cavalier
cavalier hat
cavaliered
cavaliering
cavalierish
cavalierism
cavalierisms
cavalierly
cavalierness
cavaliers
cavalla
cavallas
cavalletti
cavallies
cavally
cavalries (current term)
cavalry
cavalry bone
cavalry horse
cavalry sword
cavalryman
cavalrymen
cavalrywoman
cavalrywomen
cavansite
cavaquinho
cavaquinhos
cavas
cavascope

Literary usage of Cavalries

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1. Army Life of an Illinois Soldier: Including a Day by Day Record of Sherman's by Charles Wright Wills (1906)
"... in favor of the cavalries; that is, one, two or three times a day we raise a yell along our corps line, and open on the enemy with cannon and muskets. ..."

2. Cavalry in Modern War by F. Chenevix Trench (1884)
"... column' with formation known under that name in German cavalry—Disadvantages of the former formation—Tactical formations in Continental cavalries—The ..."

3. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1842)
"... which shall keep itself in condition for action longest. Is 'his an object aimed at or sought for in modern cavalries I. What are the sub- ..."

4. The International Military Digest Annual by Cornélis De Witt Willcox (1916)
"To continue with the operations of the two cavalries, in the extension of the lines to the north in October, we see some contact. ..."

5. Elements of Military Science by Arthur Lockwood Wagner (1898)
"In addition, all the German cavalry, and a great portion of the other European cavalries, have the lance. Q. To what type are all cavalries approaching, ..."

6. Tactical Deductions from the War of 1870-71 by Albrecht von Boguslawski (1872)
"Collisions between the two cavalries were of frequent occurrence, whilst in 1870 we hear little of great cavalry fights man to man. ..."

7. Modern Cavalry: Studies on Its Role in the Warfare of To-day with Notes on by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson (1922)
"The writer has had the privilege of studying at first hand the cavalry services of all of the above named cavalries except the German and made up for this ..."

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