Origin of barrack1
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OTHER WORDS FROM barrackbar·rack·er, noun
How to use barrack in a sentence
Shortly after the attack on the Montana barracks, my father’s family tied a horsehair mattress to the roof of their car to protect themselves from shrapnel and fled to France.
A lighting offensive by fascist rebels in the south failed to reach Madrid in time, and the Montana barracks was overrun by troops loyal to the elected government.
In 1976, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a bill to fully restore the barracks and preserve the poems.The Overlooked History of Angel Island, Where the U.S. Enforced Rules Designed to Keep Asian Immigrants Out|Video by Arpita Aneja|May 3, 2021|Time
There are lovingly tended flower beds along each road and surrounding every barrack.
Hafrich shouts that he should return to the barrack, but the man keeps going.
Each one houses around 100 women who sleep in bunks in a large, open barrack, with anywhere from 15 to 40 women to a room.
The Arab media has taken note of the president taking the oath of office using his full name—Barrack Hussein Obama.
And the man who had done all this—a vulgar upstart out of Paris, reeking of leather and the barrack-room still lived!St. Martin's Summer|Rafael Sabatini
He chartered an outside car, t'other day, at Island Bridge Barrack, and drove to the post-office.
At the very end of the period we may note the beginning of a reaction against the "barrack schools."English Poor Law Policy|Sidney Webb
A large barrack was in course of erection near the town on the north side.The British Expedition to the Crimea|William Howard Russell
The scene through the opposite window looking on to the barrack yard was very different from the rather sombre picture without.The Relief of Mafeking|Filson Young