infantryman

[in-fuhn-tree-muhn]
noun, plural infantrymen.
a soldier of the infantry.

Origin:
1880–85; infantry + man1


See -man.
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infantryman (ˈɪnfəntrɪmən)
 
n , pl -men
a soldier belonging to the infantry

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Example sentences
Next to being a pilot or an infantryman, it was one of the riskiest jobs in the
  war.
One infantryman had a rifle with a scope and could pick off enemy soldiers at
  quite a distance.
On the right an infantryman stands guard with his dog before an encampment.
The former airborne infantryman, who now walks with a cane, and worked
  surveillance in a small casino to make ends meet.
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