SERGEANT or SERJEANT, Eng. law. An officer in the courts of the highest
grade among the practitioners of the law.
SERGEANT or SERJEANT, in the army. An inferior officer of a company of foot,
or troop of dragoons appointed to see discipline observed, to teach the
soldiers the exercise of their arms, and to order, straighten and form
ranks, files, &c.
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