- a person who marches on foot: a line of marchers.
Origin of marcher1
- an inhabitant of, or an officer or lord having jurisdiction over, a march or border territory.
Origin of marcher2
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Related Wordsradical, striker, rioter, marcher, revolutionary, agitator, troublemaker, dissenter, objector, disrupter
Examples from the Web for marcher
CWA Union Marcher Steve Wisniewoki of Orlando works for the same company as Petty, AT&T CenturyLink.Florida Union Marchers Take on the GOP
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There will be more to say about these Marcher barons later on.Owen Glyndwr and the Last Struggle for Welsh Independence
Arthur Granville Bradley
At the door he found Marcher, sprang into the saddle, and rode away.
It was wide enough for a horse, and showed the track of Marcher's hoofs.
There came in fact a moment when Marcher felt a positive pang.
I think,” poor Marcher returned, “that all sides are the same to me.
- an inhabitant of any of the Marches
- a lord governing and defending such a borderland
- (as modifier)the marcher lords
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