Origin of reservist
Examples from the Web for reservist
Contemporary Examples of reservist
According to the friend, Brinsley rang his ex-girlfriend, an Air Force reservist named Shaneka Thompson, to no avail.Alleged Cop Killer’s Blood-Soaked Screenplay
December 24, 2014
Twelve people were killed at the Navy yard by ex–Navy reservist Aaron Alexis.Why Don’t We Have a Database on Gun Deaths?
September 18, 2013
Then–lieutenant colonel Rick Welch, now a full-bird colonel, was a reservist and district attorney from Morgan County, Ohio.What If the Iraq War Never Happened?
March 20, 2013
She was rescued by my husband, Army reservist Maj. Jake Wilson, during his deployment to Afghanistan in 2011–12.My Dog Solha: From Afghanistan, With PTSD
March 13, 2013
John Miller, a Coast Guard reservist, arrived here last week and has been working 18-hour days pretty consistently since.BP Makes Friends
June 21, 2010
Historical Examples of reservist
There is a future, too, for the reservist which he cannot look for at home.The African Colony
The day before he had met at the administration office a Reservist who was just leaving to join his regiment.The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Vicente Blasco Ibanez
Sitting in the window, one could trace the Reservist's progress from his entrance at the gate to his disappearance into quarters.The Relief of Mafeking
But the Prussian reservist of 1850 did not want to fight, whereas the French soldier of 1859 desired nothing more ardently.
Prior to the war Private Wilson was a reservist who made a living by selling newspapers in the streets of Edinburgh.The Childrens' Story of the War, Volume 2 (of 10)
James Edward Parrott
"soldier who belongs to the reserves," 1872, from French réserviste, from reserver (see reserve (v.)).