tactician

[ tak-tish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF tactician
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It was a bit of the art of an Old Bailey tactician, in which he found great relief.

Stonewall Cogswell was as good a tactician as freelanced and he was more than that.

Masters, tactician that he was, put the conversation into their hands.

On that day he combined the minister with the tactician of the Chamber.

If he had been less of a tactician, perhaps he would have come into action sooner.

"The greatest military critic and tactician of his age," I answered.

He was an officers orderly in his youth and is some tactician, believe me.

As a warrior he was great, yet more of a tactician than a strategist.

It seems that the officer in charge was a bit of a tactician and knew his men well.

But the Duke of Wellington was too old a tactician to lose so valuable an ally.

WORD ORIGIN

1761, from tactic + -ian.

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