Definition of "soldiering" [sol•dier•ing]

  • Present participle of soldier. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "soldiering" in a sentence
  • "Finally, the men most opposed to the corps were those with the least investment in soldiering; they were significantly more likely than other men to think that their own work was "not worthwhile" and that they "would be more useful" as defense workers than as soldiers. 60"
  • "One thing about 37 years of soldiering is that you do learn how to read an organization chart and how to take orders."
  • "This thing you call soldiering is not what you think it is."