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Definition of "musketeers" []

  • Plural form of musketeer. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "musketeers" in a sentence
  • ""The king, moreover, commanded me to take a brigade of musketeers, which is apparently superfluous, as the country is quite quiet.""
  • "Last week six naval ratings (hereinafter called musketeers for they were wielding dangerous guns, muskets and horsewhips in reminiscent of Wild Wild West movies) attached to Real Admiral Harry Arogunade ran a muck at the behest and putrid enjoyment of Arogunade and mercilessly beat up, humiliated and assaulted lady Uzoma Okere for not promptly vacating the road when she heard the sound of the siren of their convoy of vehicles cruising at top speed along Muri Okunola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos."
  • "Last weekend, Mr. Stringer huddled in his New York apartment with three of the four "musketeers" to discuss how the group would work together."