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Below you will find the definition of cadre, followed by 41 sample sentences (from real sources), gradually increasing in length.


cadre(käˈdrā, -drə, kădˈrē)

(noun) - a nucleus of military personnel capable of expansion

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EXAMPLES - Cadre in a Sentence

  1. The president's cable cadre is in disarray as well. (source)
  2. At this time, Source and two other cadre from the 7B (source)
  3. THE WTUs need to have an on-call cadre of shrinks, too. (source)
  4. District, HA TAY Province, NVN, given by cadre from the 304th NVA Div. (source)
  5. First comes a cadre from the electric company and then the gas company. (source)
  6. The original act called for a permanent "cadre" of officials to run the camps. (source)
  7. Glen: Actually, I don't use the word cadre, precisely because I don't know how to pronounce it. (source)
  8. The question of the kind of cadre we are producing assumes greater significance with each passing day. (source)
  9. After they had passed, the guards let the PWs rest, while talking to cadre from the infiltration group. (source)
  10. The mission of this subsection was to train cadre for new jobs and to provide new cadre to fill vacancies. (source)
  11. The oldest professional law enforcement cadre is the new Woolworths. on May 29, 2009 at 1: 10 pm uphilldowndale (source)
  12. This requires the kind of cadre of our movement that our Port Elizabeth National General Council said we must build. (source)
  13. Are we producing the kind of cadre who can emulate, enrich and advance the tradition of struggle we have talked about. (source)
  14. The 51st National Conference has confirmed that we have made great strides in producing the kind of cadre our movement needs. (source)
  15. What brings attention to a cadre is his policies, his conduct, his work, and the people's, the masses 'and the workers' opinion. (source)
  16. Oh yeah, and regarding yesterdays post; for a non comic fan, you used the word cadre in a way that would make Chris Cleremont proud! (source)
  17. But after prechallenge, the cadres began to lighten up, they said, "and you learn that the cadre is a human being too," Alejandro said. (source)
  18. But Rothbard and La Boetie further observe a strategy is needed that must be initiated by a "cadre" to educate the masses about an alternative society. (source)
  19. At the day-care center where she sends her 9-month-old daughter, Ms. Druckerman learns that the national parenting ideal is called the cadre , or frame. (source)
  20. He played an important part in making our movement what it is now, and was the kind of cadre whose memory remains to inspire us today, ten years after his death. (source)
  21. Until I saw Rothbard's use of the term "cadre" I had often considered this group a "catalyst" that both initiates and accelerates a chemical (or socioeconomic) reaction. (source)
  22. This summer an organization called the Singularity University began offering courses to prepare a "cadre" to shape the advances and help society cope with the ramifications. (source)
  23. As we observe a minute's silence in their honour, let them serve as our example of the kind of cadre we must produce to carry their work forward to its successful conclusion. (source)
  24. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Michael McCaffery left and turned the hearing over to Senator Levesque, who seemed pleased and entertained by the cadre from the sex industry. (source)
  25. The conspiracy itself, the 'cadre' who wear blue to distinguish themselves, see themselves as servants to the people, and may actually be capable of making good on this platitude. (source)
  26. Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie, Col. William B. Travis and a ragtag cadre of courageous freedom fighters saw the steamroller of oppression metastasizing from Mexico those many years ago. (source)
  27. Conference will discuss the question whether, as a movement, we have built of this new army of our revolution the kind of cadre that the new situation and the tasks that we face demand. (source)
  28. Expect to see sub units accross the country become an extra company/squadron to a reg unit and all trg/admin taken over by a regular "cadre" staff (probably NPRS cos they are dirt cheap). (source)
  29. The NeoCons are the professional cadre, meaning they are compensated, who have provided the misdirection and chaff that kept Americans from seeing what was happening before their very eyes. (source)
  30. The four-day conference presided by Army Chief General V K Singh - the first after he took over - would debate on organisational matters such as cadre restructuring and operational capability. (source)
  31. [8] But both terms seem extremely applicable, as "cadre" is a nucleus of military personnel capable of expansion; a small unit serving as part of or as the nucleus of a larger political movement. (source)
  32. As was the case with the French Task Force during the first Indochina War, the assignment of experienced Vietnamese Political cadre from the General Political Directorate (GPD) to Vietnam's Foreign (source)
  33. This is a tangible way for the "cadre" -- the "vanguard" of the movement as Rothbard calls them (us) -- to effectively and nonviolently withdraw our support from the existing system in favor of a new one. (source)
  34. But the care is organized in a distinctly Army way: Noncommissioned officers, known as the cadre, maintain discipline and enforce rules, often using traditional drill-sergeant toughness with junior enlisted soldiers. (source)
  35. That the CPM 'cadre' had continuously been keeping the situation at boiling point and not allowing political activists and leaders to even enter the area without heavy police protection, is of course evident from this report. (source)
  36. At the upper echelon, political cadre from the Central Party Organ were joined with professional cadre of the armed services (police and military) in an organization similar in nature to the National Security Council of the U.S. (source)
  37. Graham suggested dedicating a portion of the funds from the enforcement "cadre" to the BAC administrative needs and toward bicycle safety issues generally. relaxing of traffic laws for cyclists saying the only jurisdiction to have done this is Idaho. (source)
  38. Well, since this blog has never considered itself part of the mainstream media (I guess that makes me part of the "cadre"), I have no qualms about repeating the old news about David Dreier of California, the Republican congressman to whom I assume the article refers. (source)
  39. The robbery of public assets and public property by powerful individuals in China is one of the biggest expropriations of the working class in history and the new bureaucrat "cadre" capitalists are not satisfied with that now they are eyeing the land for privatisation. (source)
  40. To cope with the cuts and improve combat readiness of the Reserves, the Army is considering a plan to reorganize two of the six Reserve divisions as Soviet-style "cadre" divisions, each with a peacetime hard core of a few hundred active-duty personnel to train other division reservists. (source)
  41. As Kader Asmal said, and as all the contributors to Oliver Tambo Remembered would say, this immensely valuable book is required reading for all our people because it provides us with a vivid picture of what kind of cadre and citizen we need to ensure that we accomplish the national goals Oliver Tambo set our nation in 1989. (source)

Sentence Information

The average Flesch reading-ease score of the 41 example sentences provided below is 52.0, which suggests that "cadre" is a fairly difficult word that is likely understood by a majority of individuals with an undergraduate degree, and may be found in ocassionaly in news articles or other forms of literature.


CADRE SYNONYMS

We have 9 synonyms for cadre.

core, force, framework, infrastructure, key group, officers, organization, personnel, staff


CADRE ANTONYMS

We have 0 antonyms for cadre.


PRONUNCIATION & SYLLABIFICATION

Pronunciation: (käˈdrā, -drə, kădˈrē)

Syllabification: ca-dre


DEFINITIONS

View up to 25 definitions of cadre from 5 different sources, as well as parts of speech.


from The American Heritage© Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
  1. (noun) A nucleus of trained personnel around which a larger organization can be built and trained: a cadre of corporals who train recruits.
  2. (noun) A tightly knit group of zealots who are active in advancing the interests of a revolutionary party.
  3. (noun) A member of such a group.
  4. (noun) A framework.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
  1. (noun) A frame or framework.
  2. (noun) The framework or skeleton upon which a new regiment is to be formed; the officers of a regiment forming the staff.
  3. (noun) The core of a managing group, or a member of such a group.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
  1. (noun) The framework or skeleton upon which a regiment is to be formed; the officers of a regiment forming the staff.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  1. (noun) A skeleton or framework; specifically, in France, the permanently organized skeleton or framework of a regiment or corps, consisting of the commissioned and non-commissioned officers, musicians, artificers, etc., around whom the rank and file may be assembled at short notice.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
  1. (noun) a nucleus of military personnel capable of expansion
  2. (noun) a small unit serving as part of or as the nucleus of a larger political movement