Definition of Squadded
1. squad [v] - See also: squad
Lexicographical Neighbors of Squadded
Literary usage of Squadded
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Andersonville Diary, Escape, and List of the Dead: With Name, Co., Regiment by John L. Ransom (1883)
"All taken outside to-day to be squadded over— on all day job, and nothing to eat. The men being in hundreds and some dying off every day, leave vacancies in ..."
2. The Book of the Rifle by Thomas Francis Fremantle (1901)
"A competitor on paying his entrance fee for one of the squadded or single entry prizes receives a ticket on which is entered the day and hour at which he ..."
3. Andersonville Diary by John L. Ransom (2003)
"All taken outside to-day to be squadded over—an all day job, and nothing to eat. The men being in hundreds and some dying off every day, leave vacancies in ..."
4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1868)
"... swell, tailor, and tallow-chandler are " squadded " according to the counties they belong to, fall in in the ranks, are marched to the firing points, ..."