verb (used with object), mar·shaled, mar·shal·ing or (especially British) mar·shalled, mar·shal·ling.
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Example sentences from the Web for marshal
It has a presence, it remains potentially destructive, but all we can do is attempt to marshal it.
The earl was killed in battle and Marshal captured, but he would later be ransomed by the queen herself.
With Marshal at his side, Richard crushed Philip and his armies.
Marshal appears in many of the sources regarding these rulers, and therefore, it seems, much can be verified.
Before dying in 1219, Marshal would begin the task of rebuilding England after decades of war.
He distinguished himself in several campaigns, especially in the Peninsular war, and was raised to the rank of field marshal.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
A mushir (marshal) would find it derogatory to his dignity to smoke out of a stem less than two yards in length.
Never had the genius of the Marshal stood higher than in this difficult retirement from Portugal.
An incident of the campaign of 1806 gave the Marshal's enemies an excellent opening for showing their dislike.
While secretly countenancing every attack on the Marshal, the Emperor, for family reasons, was loth to come to an open breach.
British Dictionary definitions for marshal
- a Federal court officer assigned to a judicial district whose functions are similar to those of a sheriff
- (in some states) the chief police or fire officer