Definition of Carbineer

1. Noun. A soldier (historically a mounted soldier) who is armed with a carbine.

Exact synonyms: Carabineer, Carabinier
Generic synonyms: Rifleman
Derivative terms: Carbine



Definition of Carbineer

1. n. A soldier armed with a carbine.

Definition of Carbineer

1. Noun. (military) A soldier armed with a carbine. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Carbineer

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carbineer

carbenoxolone disodium
carbetapentane citrate
carbhemoglobin
carbide
carbide lamp
carbide planet
carbide planets
carbides
carbidopa
carbies
carbimazole
carbimide
carbinamine
carbinamines
carbine
carbineer (current term)
carbineers
carbines
carbinol
carbinolamine
carbinolamines
carbinols
carbinoxamine
carbinoxamine maleate
carbinyl
carbinyls
carbo
carbo-
carbo loading
carboalumination

Literary usage of Carbineer

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1. Napoleon; a History of the Art of War by Theodore Ayrault Dodge (1907)
"On this 27th the three French columns French carbineer. continued to push their way towards Vienna. Lefebvre on the right got to Wasserburg, Massena on the ..."

2. British Farmer's Magazine (1872)
"Great interest was excited in a contest between fi?e foals for hunting purposes, the produce respective!; of carbineer and Sincerity, who were the winners ..."

3. The Annual American Catalog, 1900-1909 (1902)
"carbineer and scout. Burrage, EH $i. Scribner. CARBON. Muir. Story of atoms of carbon. 75 c, Wessels. Cardboard work. ..."

4. Cambridge Essays by University of Cambridge (1858)
"Its set may be shackled, through their private intimacies among one clique of general society; but then there is the carbineer, written by a knot as able as ..."

5. The Armies of Europe: Comprising Descriptions in Detail of the Military by George Brinton McClellan (1861)
"In all the regiments the grenadier or carbineer companies bear the numbers of ... Grenadier and carbineer companies consist of men distinguished by their ..."

6. The Racing Calendar by National Hunt Committee, London (1875)
"... 7 to 2 agst carbineer. Won easily by three lengths, a bad third. The Stapleton Park Plate of 5 SOT. each, 2 ft. to the fund, with 50 added, for hunters; ..."

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