Can you explain the phrase 'a soldier's soldier'?
I'd prefer a synonym, but any explanation helps.
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
No synonym, but it means that probably a general or other officer in an army has the respect of the people in the lower ranks. They are able to relate to that office as he can to them.
- thetruthunterLv 68 years ago
It's a soldier that other soldiers respect admire and want to emulate. A warrior or a spartan.
- Tom LLv 48 years ago
A very soldiery soldier. The epitome of soldieriness.