Any person who forfeits their personal freedom to join the ranks of any government organization (esp. one guilty of tyranny) with aspirations to better their lives, sometimes possessing great desire to become a trained killer, possibly also harboring a death wish. When the entire word is capitalized out of context this may refer to the popular video game, Final Fantasy VII, in which the protagonist Cloud
joins SOLDIER of Shinra to become like his idol and rival Sephiroth
"Don't go thinkin' you all bad jus' cause you was in SOLDIER!" - Barret Wallace, Final Fantasy VII character, and leader of the rebel faction AVALANCHE.
a soldier is someone who fights for their country and in what they believe. even if it means death.
poor people that live in the (ghetto) and like to shoot people should not be called a soldier. to be a soldier means much more than street slang.
A soldier is a man or woman who selflessly devotes thier life to ensure that all citizens of their country can sleep with peace of mind and live out day to day without fear. A soldier gives you your freedom, and asks nothing in return. A soldier is the highest type of citizen. A soldier is what most of you are scared to be.
United States Army personell ; soldier
A member of the ARMY.
Marines, sailors, and airmen, are NOT soldiers.
A soldier is a person that fights through rough times. When things get hard or discouraging, they press on and don't give up. Most of us are soldiers at some time in our lives.
Eminem song "Soldier"--
I'm a soldier.
These shouldas hold up so much.
They neva fall or fold up.
Even if my collar bones crush or crumble, I will never slip or stumble.
A "Hooah", or a warrior. A person of unarguable importance to his team, family, and/or country. Proud member of a "Band of Brothers". If wearing an American flag patch on his right arm- a "Soldier" will be the last thing you see if you cross the United States.
also see: hooah; squared away
Just look for the guy wearing the Black/ Maroon/ Tan/ Green Beret.
1. A member of a nation's armed forces.
2. In the U.S. military, the term "soldier" specifically refers to Army personnel.
3. Within the U.S. Army, the term "soldier" is often used to describe the enlisted personnel separate of the officers.
1. Soldiers fight for their country.
2. The Navy has Sailors, the Air Force has Airmen, the Marine Corp has Marines, and the Army has Soldiers.
3. It is important for officers to remain friendly, but detached, from their soldiers.
One who guarantees the constitutional rights for all citizens of the United States. Death is no obstacle to protect the American way of life.
It is the soldier, not the reporter, who guarantees Freedom of the Press.