verb (used with object), bri·gad·ed, bri·gad·ing.
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Origin of brigade
OTHER WORDS FROM brigadein·ter·bri·gade, adjectivesub·bri·gade, noun
Example sentences from the Web for brigade
Reynolds' command at Little Rock, where the regiment was brigaded with the 57th, 59th and 83rd Phalanx regiments.The Black Phalanx|Joseph T. Wilson
I have a companion who must be brigaded with me, and I must go on active service at once.Under Two Flags|Ouida [Louise de la Ramee]
His regiment was brigaded with the rear-guard, and on every occasion the battalion was admirably commanded.
Peculiarly difficult will be the problem arising where American soldiers are brigaded with English and French regiments.Huts in Hell|Daniel A. Poling
They were to be brigaded at half-past five, so the “Fall-in” would be at five.For Fortune and Glory|Lewis Hough