There are lovingly tended flower beds along each road and surrounding every barrack.
The Arab media has taken note of the president taking the oath of office using his full name—barrack Hussein Obama.
Hafrich shouts that he should return to the barrack, but the man keeps going.
The time seemed short indeed, and I could not for a moment have imagined that it was even noon, when we reached the barrack.
After supper, Mr. Gault will introduce you to the boys of your barrack.
This implies six barrack buildings in this portion of the fort and ten barrack buildings in all, that is, a cohort 1,000 strong.
A barrack term for a fellow-soldier, serving in the same company.
When we arrived in Buxa I had thought the buildings well protected, as conductors ran down every chimney in bungalow and barrack.
The party returned to their barrack, laughing heartily at the success of their feint.
But, in the monotony and the confinement of the barrack routine, his days were often intolerable to him.
1680s, "temporary hut for soldiers during a siege," from French barraque, from Spanish barraca (mid-13c. in Medieval Latin) "soldier's tent," literally "cabin, hut," perhaps from barro "clay, mud," which is probably of Celt-Iberian origin. Meaning "permanent building for housing troops" (usually in plural) is attested from 1690s.