Noun(1) a building or group of buildings used to house military personnel
Verb(1) lodge in barracks(2) spur on or encourage especially by cheers and shouts(3) laugh at with contempt and derision
(1) The sappers were the first to seize the initiative after the break, with Lt Craig Bury burrowing over the first try, much to the delight of the engineers barracking from the sideline.(2) They were barracked in a new section of the camp where the living conditions were awful; most died shortly after arrival.(3) The fort supported a complement of 900 officers and men, who were barracked in the Caserne Pellegrin at the base of the fort and in the Fort Moyenne.(4) Does anyone know where the Police Battalions were barracked in Krakow?(5) Forces were barracked there until well after the end of WWII.(6) Of course, being a Liberal supporter, I should really be barracking for Latahm to remain.(7) During the heated debate, the Mayor Roger Clarke as Chair, struggled to maintain order amid barracking from the public galleries.(8) While the troops were barracked in the Griffin House, two Confederate deserters dressed in stolen Union uniforms had been caught looting homes.(9) Still, there were over a dozen of them barracked in the new guardhouse at the gate to the estate.(10) Luckily, this was on CNN, where someone to the left of Augusto Pinochet can still speak without being barracked or cut short.(11) And in 1799, when Tipu was defeated, the mosquitoes drove the British out of Srirangapatna and they barracked in Bangalore Cantonment.(12) I think he barracks for those awful Fremantle Dockers.(13) The fact Patrick Smith barracks for Essington has nothing at all to do with this post.(14) Furious locals barracked speakers, voicing fears that a proposed 34-bed homeless centre at the former Shipton Street School would lead to more crime and lower house prices.(15) Not far from Rob Tanner's place at a local oval, was a good crowd of mums and dads barracking for their kids in the Under 10's cricket game between teams from Glenmore Park and Penrith.(16) The audience was barracking them good naturedly.
(1) barrack square :: sgwâr barics
1. jeer ::
2. gibe ::
3. scoff ::
4. flout ::
Different Formsbarrack, barracked, barracking, barracks
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