Squadded



noun
1.
a small number of soldiers, commonly 10 privates, a staff sergeant, and a corporal; the smallest military unit.
2.
a group of police officers, especially one organized to deal with a particular area of law enforcement:
drug squad; fraud squad.
3.
any small group or party of persons engaged in a common enterprise.
4.
a sports team or a group of players from which a team is selected.
verb (used with object), squadded, squadding.
5.
to form into squads.
6.
to assign to a squad.
noun
1.
the smallest military formation, typically comprising a dozen soldiers, used esp as a drill formation
2.
any small group of people engaged in a common pursuit
3.
(sport) a number of players from which a team is to be selected
spunk

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