Behold the Democratic foot-soldier giving voice, before a national audience, to her battle fatigue.
Every foot-soldier belongs to a regiment, and is one of a company of that regiment.
The defeated Imperial army was massacred to a man, from the Emperor down to the foot-soldier.
If you had been a foot-soldier, you would have said the infantry; of the artillery, you would have sworn by the cannon.
The Turkish foot-soldier has always been famous as a fighting man.
Upon which, Booth, casting his eyes over the grass, saw a foot-soldier shaking the boy at a little distance.
It is the foot-soldier who is the measure of all things out here.
The foot-soldier in garrison bears no resemblance whatever to the hero of the battle-field.
In spite of the fatigue that results from it, the foot-soldier loves a change of garrison.
But the foot-soldier would be a body without a soul, if he had no countrywoman.
A lower-ranking member of a corporation, regime, etc: Goth's role as an SS officer and faithful foot soldier of the Third Reich is preserved/ filtered through the hazy surmises of the Cleveland footsoldiers (1990s+)