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enlisted

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Military
enlisteden‧list‧ed /ɪnˈlɪstɪd/ adjective [usually before noun]  PMLOW POSITION OR RANKhaving a rank below that of an officer in the army, navy etc officers and enlisted men
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enlistedIn that experiment 19 enlisted men were repeatedly tested over a period of six weeks.Her alienation was of particular significance because she was soon after enlisted to mediate between her husband and her brother.enlisted menDid he really think that abstention by the officers would influence the enlisted men?I had a very good relationship with my officers and my enlisted men.The size of the army was drastically reduced to 273 officers and 9,999 enlisted men.Beyond the group of shirted enlisted men, I could see the wooden legs of a map tripod through the tent door.But since December, when army enlisted men overthrew the elected government and installed Gen.The enlisted men understood the flanking movement.When things go wrong, the officers usually do the investigating and the enlisted men usually take the blame.In that experiment 19 enlisted men were repeatedly tested over a period of six weeks.
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