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Origin of cadet
OTHER WORDS FROM cadetca·det·ship, noun
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Definition for cadet (2 of 2)
noun Russian History.
Origin of Cadet
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The Cadet turned suddenly with a surprised look, opened his hand and said ‘a piece of chalk,’ at the same time displaying it.
Former cadet Lane said he only saw Jackson attempt to catch one of them.
Once a cadet dropped a brick from a third-story barracks window that barely missed Jackson.
Over a decade, his teaching often took place in an atmosphere of what one cadet called “wanton disrespect.”
He walked over to Jackson and ordered him to report the cadet officers responsible for allowing this to happen.
The young artillery cadet had both determination and capacity and his early career foreshadowed his future success.Napoleon's Marshals|R. P. Dunn-Pattison
The constable stared at the cadet for a moment and then his jaw dropped and likewise the club in his hand.
He lifted the other cadet as high as he could and with a shove sent him rolling on the ice beyond.
What he really obtained in Italy was little more than a splendid provision for a cadet of his house.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
Then several boys appeared, dressed in cadet uniforms, for Putnam Hall was a military academy.The Rover Boys on the Farm|Arthur M. Winfield (AKA Edward Stratemeyer)