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Definition of "court-martialed" [court-martialed]

  • 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."
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