Salute in a Sentence
Definition of Salute
to show distinction to someone by raising the right hand using a certain gesture
Use Salute in a sentence
During the military funeral, everyone notices the officer’s salute to the coffin as it passed by.
Practicing his salute, the new soldier stood in front of a mirror and extended his hand out.
During World War II, Nazis would know if the opposition was in the room because they required a salute to Hitler or other officials.
Only near the hospitals are soldiers not obligated to give a salute because this would delay assisting the injured.
A young sailor acknowledged the captain with a right-hand salute to his superior.
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