garrisoning[ gar-uh-suh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF garrisoning
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After garrisoning these places the Earl returned to England.
Is it “keeping (literally, ‘garrisoning as in a citadel’) your heart?”
And with all this drill, Wayne was erecting and garrisoning forts.
At Utica they assure us that, of 30,000 soldiers then garrisoning it, there survived only ten.
Of these 17,947 must be kept in our coast fortifications, even as a pretense of garrisoning them.
There are other serious drawbacks to garrisoning breastwork trenches.
Orders were received for the Regiment to entrain for Machadodorp for the purpose of garrisoning the railway blockhouses.
One-half of our diminutive army is absorbed in garrisoning their forts to guard against revolt.
Nothing was wanting to establish her as practical mistress of Manchuria except a plausible excuse for garrisoning the place.
From there on to Bixschoote two French divisions were garrisoning the northern face until they came in touch with the Belgians.