Definition of Sick parade

1. Noun. The daily military formation at which individuals report to the medical officer as sick.

Exact synonyms: Sick Call
Category relationships: Armed Forces, Armed Services, Military, Military Machine, War Machine
Generic synonyms: Military Formation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sick Parade

sick calls
sick day
sick days
sick euthyroid syndrome
sick headache
sick joke
sick leave
sick list
sick man
sick man of Asia
sick man of East Asia
sick man of Europe
sick men
sick note
sick of(p)
sick parade (current term)
sick pay
sick person
sick puppies
sick puppy
sick role
sick sinus syndrome
sick to one's stomach
sick up
sickbag
sickbags
sickbay
sickbays
sickbed
sickbeds

Literary usage of Sick parade

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Work-a-day Warriors by Joseph Lee (1918)
"sick parade Orderly Corporal, loq.— Fall in the lazy, the lousy, and the lame, Fall in the blighters who are trying to play the game— Give me your number, ..."

2. A Yeoman's Letters by P. T. Ross (1901)
"... as to whether I was at the right place or not, replied in the affirmative and informed an unseen being that there was a sick parade outside. ..."

3. From Quebec to Pretoria with the Royal Canadian Regiment by W Hart-McHarg (1902)
"One effect it had was to induce some men of high spirit to remain away from the sick parade when they undoubtedly should have gone, as they felt that the ..."

4. From Quebec to Pretoria with the Royal Canadian Regiment by W Hart-McHarg (1902)
"One effect it had was to induce some men of high spirit to remain away from the sick parade when they undoubtedly should have gone, as they felt that the ..."

5. Journal of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States by Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, Association of Military Surgeons of the United States Meeting (1904)
"In singling out men on the weekly sick parade now being described, I found the condition of the tongue was of more value than any other coarse sign. ..."

6. Notes for Army Medical Officers by Thomas Herbert John Chapman Goodwin (1919)
"When no very active operations are in progress, the Battalion Medical Officer sees the daily sick every morning, and when possible, he has a sick parade ..."

7. A Flying Fighter: An American Above the Lines in France by E. M. Roberts (1918)
"On one occasion I was in charge of the sick parade and as I marched the men over to the doctor I had practically no voice left. ..."

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