noun, Chiefly British.
a noncommissioned army officer of a rank above that of corporal.
U.S. Air Force. any noncommissioned officer above the rank of airman first class.
a police officer ranking immediately below a captain or a lieutenant in the U.S. and immediately below an inspector in Britain.
a title of a particular office or function at the court of a monarch (often used in combination):
sergeant of the larder; sergeant-caterer.
sergeant at arms.
Also called sergeant at law. British. (formerly) a member of a superior order of barristers.
(initial capital letter) a surface-to-surface, single-stage, U.S. ballistic missile.
a tenant by military service, below the rank of knight.
a variant spelling of sergeant
a noncommissioned officer in certain armed forces, usually ranking above a corporal
(in Britain) a police officer ranking between constable and inspector
(in the US) a police officer ranking below a captain
See sergeant at arms
a court or municipal officer who has ceremonial duties
(formerly) a tenant by military service, not of knightly rank
See serjeant at law
noun, Medieval English Law. 1. a form of land tenure in which a tenant holding of the king rendered him exclusive services in a status below that of a knight.
noun 1. Rudolf [roo-dolf;; German roo-dawlf] /ˈru dɒlf;; German ˈruˌdɔlf/ (Show IPA), 1903–91, U.S. pianist, born in Bohemia. 2. Peter, born 1947, U.S. pianist (son of Rudolf).
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noun 1. Sebastiano 1475–1554, Italian architect and painter, best known for his treatise Complete Works on Architecture and Perspective (1537–75), the first to set out the principles of classical architecture and to give rules for their application