Word usage examples
Caesar scooped him up, tossed him into the air amid shrill whoops of bliss, kissed him, cuddled him.
A chorus of whoops and cheers came from the colonists in the front seats.
Patriotic Legion of the Northern States was drinking mescal and gambling for the paper money Pasquale had issued and rolling about in the dust with joyous whoops from each squirming mass.
Their gathering sounded more like a cocktail party than a beer blast, polite chatter and occasional whoops of laughter wafting across the cool night air to where I sat on an iron railing, waiting.
Their friends began to stretch and gawk at me and the noisy lunchroom rang with whoops of laughter aimed in my direction.
Gnaeus Domitius Calvinus and the troops he managed to scrape up met Pharnaces near Nicopolis in Armenia Parva, and were defeated badly.
Whereabouts you can find troops I do not know, as I will have picked the whole of Anatolia bare, but I have left Marcus Junius Brutus in Tarsus under orders to start recruiting and training, so you should be able to acquire at least one legion when your commander reaches Cilicia.
We can pick it up at the top of the Cilician Gates, then we march for Eusebeia Mazaca and King Ariobarzanes, who will just have to find troops, no matter how impoverished Cappadocia is.
That will enable you to outrank the governors in their provinces, and to levy troops anywhere.
Caesar Dictator has sailed for Egypt with too few troops, having asked me to send him two more legions and a war fleet as soon as possible.