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grand marshal

noun
1.
marshal (def 8).
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  • “That most consummate of fools, the Mistletoe,” said the grand marshal.

    The Dragon of Wantley Owen Wister
  • Go down quickly, Hubert,” said the grand marshal, “and lead them all here.

    The Dragon of Wantley Owen Wister
  • First came the grand marshal in a genuine Mexican suit and mantle.

  • The grand marshal said he would present the account to the Emperor.

  • Please, General, get a white horse and a blue sash and be grand marshal.'

    Roads of Destiny

    O. Henry
  • Keogh was grand marshal, and made them distribute their patronage, thus keeping up a fair run of custom for several days.

  • He asked the schwitzar if the grand marshal of the Court had arrived, and was told no one had seen him yet.

    The Secret of the Night Gaston Leroux
  • In reality the grand marshal was a quiet old Mexican gentleman who seemed ill at ease.

    The Missourian

    Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
  • His two inseparable companions were the grand marshal Duroc and Caulaincourt, master of the horse.

    The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte William Milligan Sloane

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