[ mahrch-awr-der ]
/ ˈmɑrtʃˌɔr dər /
verb (used with object) Military.
to prepare (personnel, arms, and equipment) for a march.
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Origin of march-order
First recorded in 1530–40
Words nearby march-order
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Example sentences from the Web for march-order
It was decided that the battery would proceed to the new area by taking to the road in march-order.The Delta of the Triple Elevens|William Elmer Bachman