Examples of trooper in a Sentence
a moving Memorial Day service honoring our fallen troopers
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If the sentencing assessment report recommends more than probation for Piercy, his attorney has asked that the trooper be allowed to withdraw his guilty plea.
Sue Ogrocki AP Morrow said no, and then the trooper asked about a sweet smell within the car.
Pickard gave a fake ID to the trooper, who subsequently searched the car and found 813 baggies of heroin, according to the documents.
Nineteen other bystanders were injured in the melee and two state troopers monitoring the riot died in a helicopter crash.
Starship Troopers: Traitor of Mars' Elmwood Palace, Perkins Rowe (Baton Rouge).
In a separate incident, two Virginia state troopers were killed in a helicopter crash outside Charlottesville.
The trooper who stopped Taylor saw money in the front seat of the vehicle, according to the release, and surveillance footage from the bank identified Taylor as the person wanted in connection with the robbery.
State troopers, the National Guard, and eventually two airborne divisions were called in.
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First Known Use of trooper
Synonymsdogface, fighter, legionary, legionnaire, man-at-arms, regular, serviceman, soldier, 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
TROOPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of trooper for English Language Learners
: a low-ranking soldier
: a state police officer
TROOPER Defined for Kids
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