the child of an army officer or enlisted person, especially one who has grown up on army bases or in military communities.
Born in 1948, an “army brat”, he felt World War II as a shadow.
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- Army corps
(def 1b). Contemporary Examples The army corps of Engineers sent a “SWAT” team of dewatering experts to help drain flooded subway tunnels. Warm Up, Cook, Recharge: A Smart Tool Born of Hurricane Sandy Aftermath Kevin Fallon November 9, 2012 He saved an army corps from disaster, and then a round shot ended all for him. […]
- Army chicken
army chicken noun phrase Beans and frankfurters (WWII)
any covering worn as a defense against weapons. a suit of armor. a metallic sheathing or protective covering, especially metal plates, used on warships, vehicles, airplanes, and fortifications. mechanized units of military forces, as divisions. Also called armament. any protective covering, as on certain animals, insects, or plants. any quality, characteristic, situation, or thing that […]
- Army cutworm
the larva of a noctuid moth, Chorizagrotis auxiliaris, that is a pest of wheat and alfalfa in the Plains states. Contemporary Examples army cutworm moths, another major grizzly food source, summer in high elevation talus fields. What It Takes to Kill a Grizzly Bear Doug Peacock November 22, 2014