Examples of dogface in a Sentence
during World War II journalist Ernie Pyle gained fame for his sympathetic reports on the wartime experiences of the common dogface
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He isn’t known as a dogface solider boy or mudslinger in South Miami.
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First Known Use of dogface
Synonymssoldier, fighter, legionary, legionnaire, man-at-arms, regular, serviceman, trooper, warrior
Related Wordsservicewoman; carabineer (or carabinier), cavalier, cavalryman, cuirassier, dragoon; doughboy, footman, foot soldier, grunt, infantryman; commando, raider; jarhead [slang], marine, ranger; artilleryman, cannoneer, gunner, mortarman, musketeer, rifleman; archer, crossbowman; lancer, pikeman, spearman; Confederate, Continental, Federal, GI, guardsman, militiaman, minuteman; counterguerrilla (also counterguerilla), guerrilla (or guerilla), irregular, paramilitary, partisan (also partizan); combatant, noncombatant; lifer, veteran, warhorse; conscript, draftee, enrollee, recruit; reservist; champion, knight; digger [chiefly Australian & New Zealand], gallowglass, gendarme
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