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marcher

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[ mahr-cher ]
/ ˈmɑr tʃər /
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noun
a person who marches on foot: a line of marchers.
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Origin of marcher

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First recorded in 1605–15; march1 + -er1

Other definitions for marcher (2 of 2)

marcher2
[ mahr-cher ]
/ ˈmɑr tʃər /

noun History/Historical.
an inhabitant of, or an officer or lord having jurisdiction over, a march or border territory.

Origin of marcher

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late Middle English word dating back to 1375–1425; see origin at march2, -er1
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How to use marcher in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for marcher

marcher
/ (ˈmɑːtʃə) /

noun
an inhabitant of any of the Marches
(formerly)
  1. a lord governing and defending such a borderland
  2. (as modifier)the marcher lords
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