Definition of Mountie in English:

Mountie

Syllabification: Moun·tie
Pronunciation: /ˈmountē
 
/

noun

informal
A member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
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  • As rich in tradition as any police force, the Mounties allow Sikhs to replace even their signature brown-felt Stetsons with department-issued turbans of uniform fabric, color and size.
  • Protesting citizens will be in the streets, challenging 6,000 police and Mounties, with an opposite message: Democracy is threatened by the corporate vision of globalization.
  • For the ordinary Mounties involved in policing the drug trade, like any Mounted Policeman at the time, there were long hours, for a low rate of pay, and often under poor conditions.

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