generalissimo

[ jen-er-uh-lis-uh-moh ]SEE DEFINITION OF generalissimo

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I don't know who or what they took me for; certainly not for the Generalissimo.

"This particular matter does not concern you, Generalissimo," Watson rapped at him.

"You were a chevalier of the Order, mon lieutenant, if I remember," said the Generalissimo.

"Yes, yes," said the Generalissimo, and then he looked at his watch again.

He was appointed by them generalissimo of the forces, with a salary of 10,000 a year.

"Name me generalissimo of all the troops," said Munnich, with solemnity.

I must myself be the generalissimo of my own troops, or I should no longer be the ruler!

Allow me, the generalissimo of your forces, to take measures of precaution!

Was it inevitable that Marshal Foch should be chosen as Generalissimo?

At its head stands the Emir, as generalissimo, prince, and chief of religion.

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