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army
Definition:
A large body of armed men; a host.
Synonyms:
crew (noun)
squad, posse, complement, host, team, school, division, battalion, phalanx, party, nest, set, club, detail, group, aggregation, crew, wing, retinue, gang, mob, pack, league, hive, brigade, collection, fleet, colony, band, herd, ring, clan, clique, force, troupe, coterie, detachment, tribe, bunch, union, body, cell, coalition, bevy, cadre, company, covey, staff, troop, junta, platoon, fellowship, sect, faction, fraternity, flock, regiment, caucus, cabal, drove, assemblage, society, circle, assembly, outfit, crowd, litter, string.
Other synonyms:
the Coast Guard, committee, consortium, airborne, command, military, ground forces, in service, regular army, regimented, fighting, score, panel, militant, ground, air power, guerrilla, scrum, soldiers, air, air force, commando, clinic, multitude, martial, flash mobbing, cram, press, board, cloud, legion, veteran, ruck, belligerent, phalanx, throng, corps, cavalry, bike, land, regimental, under orders, armament, police, big, mass, C in C, swarm, soldiery, the States, host, forces, troops, the armed forces, volunteered, class, in the army, legions, drafted, the artillery, array, combat, flash mob, force, horde, crush, organization, support group, under arms, rout, association, commission.
Examples of usage:
  1. The prince had an army of six thousand foot in good condition. - "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons", Jacques Casanova de Seingalt.
  2. Married a French army officer, you know, and for a while they were happy together. - "Torchy, Private Sec.", Sewell Ford.
  3. I must go- army or army. no - "Admiral Farragut", A. T. Mahan.

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