Of, relating to, or characteristic of soldiers or armed forces
Consisting of or involving both civilians and members of the armed forces.
The age range within which a person is eligible for military service
The art of warfare; combat perceived in terms of technique or craft.
A group of musicians playing brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments, typically while marching
A child with a parent, or parents, in the armed forces; especially one who exhibits behavioural problems associated with the unsettled and itinerant nature of military life.
A side or snare drum.
The law governing the armed forces
A method of measuring the time based on the full twenty-four hours of the day rather than two groups of twelve hours; the twenty-four-hour clock
A board specially appointed to deal with the affairs of the army.
A broad braid such as is worn on soldiers' uniforms.
= military hairbrush.
An army's treasury; the funds for a military campaign.
(In the UK and Commonwealth countries) a decoration awarded for distinguished active service on land, instituted in 1914 (originally for officers)
Ceremonies performed by troops as a mark of respect at the burial of a member of the armed forces
(In southern India) a restaurant serving meals that are not vegetarian.
A military group that rules a country after taking power by force
A large Central and South American macaw, Ara militaris, which is predominantly green with a red forehead and blue tail feathers.
(In the UK and Commonwealth countries) a decoration for distinguished active service on land, instituted in 1916 (originally for enlisted soldiers)
Inclined or well able to think in a military way; having a military caste of mind.
A European orchid, Orchis militaris, with pinkish-grey, helmet-shaped flowers.
= military orchid.
The corps responsible for police and disciplinary duties in an army
An exercise designed to develop the deltoid muscles, in which (from a seated or standing position) a weight is lifted to shoulder height, held there briefly, raised to arm's length above the head, then finally lowered to the starting position.
= military academy.
A feudal tenure under which a vassal owed his superior certain defined services in war.
A place of military instruction, especially an institution for training army cadets.
An army officer serving with an embassy or attached as an observer to a foreign army
A set of buildings used as a residence for soldiers.
= military academy.
Release or dismissal from military service; an instance of this.
A punishment carried out by the military, specifically (now historical) the ravaging by military forces of a country or province which has failed to pay a tax or other tribute levied upon it.
A hairbrush without a handle (suitable for short or cropped hair).
The study of the role that armed forces played in past events
A hospital for the treatment of military personnel, especially in the field.
Of a military or soldierly appearance.
An offence committed by a member of the armed forces; specifically an offence which may be examined or tried by a military court.
North American an area set aside by a government or monarch for the use of a nation's armed forces.
The study of the causes and tactical principles of warfare
An army staff officer who formerly acted as personal and confidential secretary to the Commander-in-Chief or certain other specified officers, and who has responsibility for promotions.
Time spent serving in the armed forces, especially as a compulsory period for young people in some countries
An English soldier recruited to defend Auckland when it was first settled in the 1840s
(In old-time dancing) a variation of the two-step, arising from a combination of waltz and march rhythms.
The science of fortification.
The obedience to and exercise of all military orders and regulations.
= military architecture.
Of or relating to a nation's armed forces and to its industries (especially those producing military equipment).
= military reserve.