Let us begin from the time when I assumed my generalship, if that is early enough.
This was a man who had a standing battle with Xenophon about the generalship of the army.
Yet surely (replied Socrates) that is only an infinitesimal part of generalship.
It is the last bit of generalship remaining—a change of front—a change of front!'
The Hermitage that night proved a fitting field for her generalship.
They are not deficient in forces—they have a powerful army, but no generalship.
He had the ambition of a born conqueror and the generalship of one.
His march through our lines is allowed to have been a prodigy of generalship.
Thus, by able generalship, had Jack gained a complete and bloodless victory.
The men will come; but will statesmanship and generalship come with them?