It was irrelevant for John McCain to claim he had been a “foot soldier in the Reagan army.”
But, in an email to the Daily Beast, Chaffetz insisted he was simply being a loyal Republican foot soldier.
Thus G.I. Joe became a foot soldier in an escalating battle over the future of the business.
Then he got a brutal beatdown from a GOP foot soldier that was captured on camera and has gone viral.
In other words, in the war against heart disease, you might say that Dr. Robertson is an officer and I am a foot soldier.
Every foot soldier was to receive twopence a day, and every horseman threepence a day, in addition to the old wages.
Wobbler, a foot soldier, a term of contempt used by cavalrymen.
The Convention are not always insensible to this—the pay of the foot soldier is more than doubled.
The special weapon of the foot soldier, or infantryman, is the bayonet.
In the meanwhile, the Texan army rapidly advanced; like the Mexicans, each mounted man had a foot soldier behind him.
A lower-ranking member of a corporation, regime, etc: Goth's role as an SS officer and faithful foot soldier of the Third Reich is preserved/ filtered through the hazy surmises of the Cleveland footsoldiers (1990s+)