cavalry cavalry  /ˈkæ vəl ri/


  1. (n) troops trained to fight on horseback
  2. (n) a highly mobile army unit



  1. As a young man of undistinguished academic accomplishment he was admitted to Sandhurst after two failed attempts he entered the army as a cavalry officer.
  2. Instead, the horse cavalry are to dismount and step aboard machines, keeping their jobs and becoming mechanized cavalry.
  3. He led a group of cavalry officers who demanded that Nasser turn over all power to Naguib.


  1. A Special blend: Veteran now serves up barbecue sauce at market

    His father worked as a cook in the 7th Cavalry while his mother cooked for hospitals and at several colleges.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Canon City Daily Record

  2. Rod Lurie Developing Post-Civil War Drama With Starz, Brad Pitt's Plan B (Exclusive)

    "Monsters of God" will be set against the Comanche Wars and follow two ex-Cavalry men. read more        
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Hollywood Reporter

  3. 3-7 Cavalry Family Day held at Fort Stewart

    Soldiers with the Third Squadron of the historic Seventh Cavalry are just back from Afghanistan.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: WTOC 11 Savannah

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  1. "These players are learning the brutal, harsh lessons of our sport," said Johnson. "We won't be making wholesale changes, because these are the best people we have. There is no 50-cap cavalry coming over the hill. We have to live with it, and...
    on Nov 24, 2008 By: Martin Johnson Source:

  2. A helmeted British Barack Obama says, "Our cavalry will ride them down like grass. . . . Full attack!"
    on Mar 23, 2010 By: Barack Obama Source: Washington Post

  3. "I told them there was no cavalry coming," Rivers said. "They were going to win it or lose it - I told them that from the beginning. They were great."
    on Apr 8, 2008 By: Doc Rivers Source: USA Today

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