garrison[ gar-uh-suh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF garrison
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GARRISON
In this situation we concluded to maintain our garrison, if possible.
The Malakand garrison was being overwhelmed by thousands of tribesmen.
Thus the garrison of the fort received a needed reinforcement.
The garrison of the fort aided the tower guard by their fire.
In the centre of the island is an eminence, which was occupied by the garrison, and had some artillery.
An anecdote relating to this garrison has been handed down to the present time.
One of the best gunners the garrison had was killed with a cannon bullet.
The fort, with four bastions, terraced and palisaded, has a garrison.
The garrison was drawn out in the Plaza to be reviewed by their commander.
It was too late for that, but why did not the garrison reply?