Definition of Generalships

1. Noun. (plural of generalship) ¹



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Definition of Generalships

1. generalship [n] - See also: generalship

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Literary usage of Generalships

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1. History of Federal Government from the Foundation of the Achaian League to by Edward Augustus Freeman (1863)
"IT is not easy to reconcile the number of generalships attributed to CHAP. Tin. Aratos by Plutarch with the distinct assertion (see above, p. ..."

2. The Growth of British Policy: An Historical Essay by John Robert Seeley (1895)
"... under cover of a great national war, in which the Lamberts and Fleetwoods might be compensated by commands in the Netherlands for the Major-generalships ..."

3. History of Federal Government from the Foundation of the Achaian League to by Edward Augustus Freeman (1863)
"If then Plutarch be right in calling 226 his twelfth, and 213 his seventeenth, Generalship, we must not only supply two more generalships in the years 222 ..."

4. The Cambridge Modern History by John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Ernest Alfred Benians, George Walter Prothero, Sir Adolphus William Ward (1907)
"After 1815 there were in existence twelve such Military Governorships or Governor-generalships. Standing apart, in addition to the kingdom of Poland and the ..."

5. Classical Philology by University of Chicago press, JSTOR (Organization) (1907)
"The M of r/xa^oat tt simply contrasts with these the duties of an ambassador: it need not divide the embassy from the generalships in point of time; but, ..."

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