Definition of Regimenting

1. Verb. (present participle of ''regiment'') ¹



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Definition of Regimenting

1. regiment [v] - See also: regiment

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Regimenting

regilt
regime
regime change
regimen
regimens
regiment
regimental
regimental sergeant major
regimental sergeant majors
regimental sergeants major
regimentally
regimentals
regimentation
regimentations
regimented
regimenting (current term)
regiments
regimes
regimina
regiminal
reginae
reginal
reginas
regio
regio analis
regio antebrachialis anterior
regio antebrachialis posterior
regio axillaris
regio brachialis anterior
regio brachialis posterior

Literary usage of Regimenting

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1. Our New Protectorate: Turkey in Asia : Its Geography, Races, Resources, and by James Carlile McCoan (1879)
"... of the police— Fiscal reforms—Iniquity of the present conscription—Military service should be made obligatory on all—Facility of regimenting Moslems and ..."

2. Latter-day Pamphlets by Thomas Carlyle (1901)
"Wise obedience and wise command, I foresee that the regimenting of Pauper Banditti into Soldiers of Industry is but the beginning of this blessed process, ..."

3. Latter-day Pamphlets by Thomas Carlyle (1870)
"Wise obedience and wise command, I foresee that the regimenting of Pauper Banditti into Soldiers of Industry is but the beginning of this blessed process, ..."

4. Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Thomas Carlyle: With Personal by Richard Herne Shepherd, Charles Norris Williamson (1881)
"Some regimenting of spade-work can, by honest life-and-death effort long continued on the part of govern- ..."

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