[verb kuh n-skript; noun, adjective kon-skript] /verb kənˈskrɪpt; noun, adjective ˈkɒn skrɪpt/
verb (used with object)
to draft for military or naval service.
to compel into service.
a recruit obtained by .
enrolled or formed by ; drafted:
a conscript soldier.
(transitive) to enrol (youths, civilians, etc) for compulsory military service
1800, perhaps a back-formation (influenced by French adjective conscrit) from conscription.
1530s, from Latin conscriptus, past participle of conscribere “to draw up, list,” literally “to write together” (see conscription).
1813, American English, from conscript (n.). A word from the militia drafts in the War of 1812. Popularized (or unpopularized) during U.S. Civil War, when both sides resorted to it in 1862. Related: Conscripted; conscripting.
[kuh n-skrip-tee, kon-skrip-] /kən skrɪpˈti, ˌkɒn skrɪp-/ noun 1. a person who has been drafted for military service; .
plural noun 1. the senators of ancient Rome. 2. any legislators. plural noun 1. (literary) august legislators, esp Roman senators
[kuh n-skrip-shuh-nist] /kənˈskrɪp ʃə nɪst/ noun 1. an advocate or supporter of .
[kon-si-kreyt] /ˈkɒn sɪˌkreɪt/ verb (used with object), consecrated, consecrating. 1. to make or declare sacred; set apart or dedicate to the service of a deity: to consecrate a new church building. 2. to make (something) an object of honor or veneration; hallow: a custom consecrated by time. 3. to devote or dedicate to some purpose: […]