Recent Examples of sapper from the Web
But they are vastly outnumbered in her account by those who signed up to go to the front as pilots, nurses, surgeons, tank drivers, scouts, traffic controllers, sappers and more.
Hollifield's father told the judge that Sapper should have faced more serious charges that could have resulted in a longer prison sentence.
Sapper’s extracurricular activities included Scholastic Equestrian League, Area VI Young Riders Program, U.S. Eventing Association eventing, freshman volleyball, and varsity tennis.
There is hardly a note of the tunneling efforts that allowed British sappers, working in secret and in darkness, to place tons of high explosive in deep chambers.
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Definition of sapper for English Language Learners
: a member of a military unit that builds structures to defend and protect a position
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