Simple past tense and past participle of court-martial. (verb)
Of or pertaining to one who has undergone a court-martial. (adjective)
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Use "court-martialed" in a sentence
"Bradley Manning, who is charged with leaking massive amounts of secret U.S. data to WikiLeaks, was escorted from a security vehicle to a courthouse in Fort Meade, Md., Monday for a military hearing that will determine if he should be court-martialed."
"Bradley Manning attends a hearing in Maryland that will determine if he should be court-martialed and police officers attend their comrade's funeral in New York state."
"Even though the man confessed to having sex with her, Cioca said in the lawsuit she was told if she pressed forward with reporting the sex as a rape, she would be court-martialed for lying."