Definition of regimentation in English:


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‘With the regimentation of western armies from the 16th century onwards, military flags were codified into various types, each with their own special name.’
  • ‘The domestic consequence of this foreign policy is the regimentation and militarization of American life and the drift toward authoritarian rule.’
  • ‘Luke is placed in an isolated environment with strict rules, guards, and regimentation and his fiercely individualistic spirit immediately clashes.’
  • ‘Residential school histories portray in painful detail an educationally retrograde system of regimentation and deculturalization stretching right across the country.’
  • ‘A survey of more than 1,530 workers found that such regimentation was widespread, as was the use of corporal punishment.’



/ˌrejəmənˈtāSH(ə)n/ /ˌrɛdʒəmənˈteɪʃ(ə)n/