regimental

adjective
reg·​i·​men·​tal | \ ˌre-jə-ˈmen-tᵊl How to pronounce regimental (audio) \

Definition of regimental

1 : of or relating to a regiment

Examples of regimental in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Side tables reference old leather school trunks, British aircraft or regimental drums. Washington Post, "RIGHT AT HOME: Design and décor with British flair," 30 Oct. 2019 Such a massive undertaking must pay close attention to the actions of subordinate commanders and units, occasionally down to the regimental level, something that Mr. Greene does masterfully. Peter Cozzens, WSJ, "‘A Campaign of Giants’ Review: A Long War’s Final Fight," 8 Aug. 2018 As a historian of both 19th and 20th century antiquities, Max aided others in researching regimental steins and military collections. courant.com, "Richard Max Scheller Sr.," 11 Aug. 2019 The Queen proceeds down avenues, speaking to a random selection of guests while music from regimental bands and the Royal Scottish Pipers Society plays. Stephanie Petit, PEOPLE.com, "Queen Elizabeth (in Bright Pink!) Hosts Final Garden Party of the Summer at Scotland Palace," 3 July 2019 The boxy quilted BBag is a riff on the traditional quilted flap bag with a gold chain added for a touch of decadent luxury; Romeo’s spikes and studs deliver punk attitude, while the Twist plays up the canteen bag’s regimental origins. Janelle Okwodu, Vogue, "Cara Delevingne and Olivier Rousteing on Handbags, Friendship, and Their New Balmain Collab," 28 May 2019 The images on Bowser’s regimental flags were designed to be inflammatory to Confederate soldiers, Becton said. Washington Post, "Battle flag carried by black Union troops hits auction block," 10 June 2019 The name of the parade derives from the custom of the various regiments showing off their regimental flags, then crucial on battlefields for troops to recognize in the fog of war. Sara M Moniuszko, USA TODAY, "Duchess Meghan attends Trooping the Colour after skipping Trump visit, Prince Louis makes balcony debut," 8 June 2019 Indeed, what was once a stark-white corner storefront is now ornamented with boxwood topiaries and a zig-zag pattern—borrowed from the regimental tie of the Royal Artillery—covers the exterior awnings and the interior floors and walls. Zachary Weiss, Vogue, "At the New Rowing Blazers Flagship, a Champagne-Fueled House Party Raged," 3 May 2019

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First Known Use of regimental

1629, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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“Regimental.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/regimental. Accessed 25 Feb. 2020.

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