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The synonyms of “Conscription” are: draft, muster
Conscription as a Noun
Definitions of "Conscription" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “conscription” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- Compulsory enlistment for state service, typically into the armed forces.
- Compulsory military service.
Synonyms of "Conscription" as a noun (2 Words)
|A procedure whereby sports players are made available for selection or reselection by the teams in a league, usually with the earlier choices being given to the weaker teams.
The first draft of the party s manifesto.
|A group of peacocks.
He attended the musters which were called to train all able bodied men.
Usage Examples of "Conscription" as a noun
- Conscription was extended to married men.
Associations of "Conscription" (30 Words)
|(used of plants and animals) furnished with bristles and thorns.
The many armed goddess Shiva.
|The army of the United States of America the agency that organizes and trains soldiers for land warfare.
|Large but transportable armament.
Each corps included two regiments of field artillery.
|Surround (a place) with armed forces in order to capture it or force its surrender.
The press photographers besieged the movie star.
|Form or unite into a brigade.
He commanded a brigade of 3 000 men.
|A general officer ranking below a major general.
|A native or inhabitant of Byzantium or of the Byzantine Empire.
|A military garrison or camp.
|Someone who fights (or is fighting.
All the combatant armies went to war with machine guns.
|A commissioned naval officer who ranks above a lieutenant commander and below a captain.
The commander of a paratroop regiment.
|Involving or exercising compulsion; coercive.
The abuse of compulsory powers.
|A rank of non commissioned officer in the army above lance corporal or private first class and below sergeant.
What seemed corporal melted as breath into the wind.
|A main subdivision of an army in the field, consisting of two or more divisions.
At 9 30 a m the press corps was handed what looked to be a routine list of orders.
|Retire from military service.
He was demobilized in February 1946.
|Allay the hostility or suspicions of.
Her charm disarmed the prosecution lawyer completely.
|The reduction or withdrawal of military forces and weapons.
The public wanted peace and disarmament.
|Join the military.
The company enlisted the help of independent consultants.
|Forced or compelled.
|Done by force.
They could only be deterred by forcible appeals.
|Formally introduce (a member of the clergy) into possession of a benefice.
My master inducted me into the skills of magic.
|An invasion or hostile attack.
The inroads and cross border raiding of the Grahams.
|A soldier who is a member of a legion (especially the French Foreign Legion.
The legionary fortress of Isca.
|Of or conveying a command.
Attendance is mandatory.
|Relating to fighting or war.
|Characteristic of or associated with soldiers or the military.
|The entire body of physically fit civilians eligible by law for military service.
Their troops were untrained militia.
|A formal gathering of troops, especially for inspection, display, or exercise.
I finally mustered up the courage to call them.
|(of a ruling) having binding force.
An obligatory contribution.
|Assign to a regiment.
Every aspect of their life is strictly regimented.
|A rank of non commissioned officer in the army or air force above corporal and below staff sergeant.