Thus shone forth the generalship of our chief in choosing this for our fighting-ground.
He had the ambition of a born conqueror and the generalship of one.
The generalship of their fighting Commandant, Nikolas Smit, was of the highest order.
Yet surely (replied Socrates) that is only an infinitesimal part of generalship.
It was a keen stroke of generalship on Gideon's part that sent the timid, discouraged ones back home.
It is the last bit of generalship remaining—a change of front—a change of front!'
He seemed to think that if he did his best as Stroke, both in rowing and in generalship, he had done all that was necessary.
They are not deficient in forces—they have a powerful army, but no generalship.
But though King Ramses had made a terrible bungle of his generalship, he was at least a brave man.
The men will come; but will statesmanship and generalship come with them?