Definition of Recruits

1. Noun. (plural of recruit) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of recruit) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Recruits

1. recruit [v] - See also: recruit

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recruits

recrudescing
recruit
recruitable
recruited
recruitee
recruitees
recruiter
recruiters
recruiting
recruiting-sergeant
recruiting response
recruitment
recruitment detection
recruitment zone
recruitments
recruits (current term)
recrumple
recrumpled
recrumpling
recrystallisation
recrystallisations
recrystallise
recrystallised
recrystallises
recrystallising
recrystallization
recrystallizations
recrystallize
recrystallized
recrystallizes

Literary usage of Recruits

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"Since, in all the experiments, recruits were captured on their first visit, one may assume that recruits did not contribute to the level of the ..."

2. Investigations in the Military and Anthropological Statistics of American by Benjamin Apthorp Gould (1869)
"To determine the law of distribution for recruits according to ages, in the same manner as we have already done for the volunteers, is impossible. ..."

3. Preventive medicine and hygiene by Milton Joseph Rosenau (1917)
"In all foreign armies in which the physical standard required of the recruits is high, the rates for sickness and death have been proportionately low. ..."

4. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1839)
"Although 1 have, while officiating as staff-surgeon, rejected a number of recruits on account of small ventral hernia, and also in consequence of slight ..."

5. The Military Policy of the United States by Emory Upton (1912)
"In June, some 80 recruits mutinied at Lancaster, and fancying themselves aggrieved, marched to Philadelphia, where they were joined by about 200 comrades ..."

6. Military Recruiting: Dod Could Improve Its Recruiter Selection & Incentive edited by Carol R. Schuster (1998)
"The services now encourage recruits to maintain or improve their physical fitness level so that they will be able to meet the initial physical conditioning ..."

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