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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of federals

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of federals:
/fɛdɹ̩əlz/

Derived Form of federals

noun
root word: federal
plural: federals
verb
root word: federal
Noun: federal
1
a member of the Union Army during the American Civil War
SynonymsFederal, Federal soldier, Union soldier,
HypernymsYankee,
Type ofNortherner*, Yank*, Yankee*,
2
any federal law-enforcement officer
SynonymsFederal, Fed, federal official,
Hypernymsagent,
Type ofagents, federal agent*,

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  1. Dr. Brian Willis: THE FEDERALS DO LOSE SIGNIFICANT NUMBERS,
  2. HOW I WISH THE FEDERALS WOULD QUIT SHELLING US
  3. Dr. Brian Willis: WHEN THE FEDERALS MOVE INTO MILLEDGEVILLE,
  4. Lee tried an aggressive attack to crush the federals.
  5. the Federals do, that is. So Sooy Smith is coming down through there. When you've got
  6. of the Federals, nor did he initially know the objective of the Union forces, but he
  7. not get off so easy. Forrest would later write, The Federals are retreating, Smith
  8. fighting had given the Federals time to regroup and Forrest and his command ran up against
  9. five hundred Federals standing along the crest of a plantation named after the Ivy family.
  10. and a few of the advanced guard of the Forrest brigade in a hand-to-hand fight with Federals
  11. rode up under Bob McCulloch. The soldiers hesitated at seeing the number of Federals
  12. man follows me. His men did follow him. By the time they had driven the Federals back,
  13. Forrest had killed or wounded three enemy soldiers. Now the Federals made one last
  14. Federals made one last stand with three long and separate lines of cavalry. They charged
  15. the vanguard of Forrest's advance, most of whom were dismounted. As the Federals charged,
  16. So galloping through there, the Federals charged three times and they are barely repulsed.
  17. nipping at him, constantly at his heels. The Federals will get no sleep as long as Forrest
  18. is on their trail. They will have to stay awake and in the saddle. Eventually the Federals
  19. captured - this is what a typical raid would do for him - he captured 612 Federals and
  20. the bigger division commander. Chalmers is going to push the Federals back toward the