The Wilts Regiment (some companies of which are brigaded with us) lost several men and an officer.
They were to be brigaded at half-past five, so the “Fall-in” would be at five.
It was not every day that he saw himself "brigaded" in such company, and he reddened slightly as he accepted the compliment.
I have a companion who must be brigaded with me, and I must go on active service at once.
There are detached regiments encamped in the woods near the Landing, which have just arrived, and have not been brigaded.
Having slaughtered the Indian males or brigaded them in slave-gangs, the Conquistadores took the Indian women to themselves.
Reynolds' command at Little Rock, where the regiment was brigaded with the 57th, 59th and 83rd Phalanx regiments.
These two regiments had been brigaded together since the beginning of the war, and had fought side by side in every action.
This is the country where several of our own divisions are now fighting, brigaded with the British and French troops.
Regiments found themselves suddenly torn from their old associates, and brigaded with strangers.
"subdivision of an army," 1630s, from French brigade "body of soldiers" (14c.), from Italian brigata "troop, crowd, gang," from brigare "brawl, fight," from briga "strife, quarrel," perhaps of Celtic (cf. Gaelic brigh, Welsh bri "power") or Germanic origin.