noun, plural sol·dier·ies for 2.
- soldier's medal,
- soldiers' home,
- sole custody,
- sole trader,
- sole-charge school
Origin of soldiery
Examples from the Web for soldiery
The grass for miles around was cropped close by the horses of General Kearny's soldiery.The Oregon Trail|Francis Parkman, Jr.
The brave Courier and the soldiery had first quarrelled, for half an hour or more, over our eternal passport.Pictures from Italy|Charles Dickens
He was accused of disbursing money to enlist men, purchase arms, and corrupt the soldiery.
In the morning news was brought to Jarl Ubbe that his stranger guest had slain sixty of the best of his soldiery.Hero-Myths & Legends of the British Race|Maud Isabel Ebbutt
Sebastian swept round upon the soldiery with his terrible gaze, and all recoiled.God Wills It!|William Stearns Davis