generalship

Part of speech: noun

A general's office, rank, or skill; tactics or strategy; leadership.

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Usage examples "generalship":

  1. But compliance with this rule does not embrace the whole art of generalship. - "Stonewall Jackson And The American Civil War", G. F. R. Henderson.
  2. True generalship is, therefore, " to make up in activity for lack of strength; to strike the enemy in detail, and overthrow his columns in succession. - "Stonewall Jackson And The American Civil War", G. F. R. Henderson.
  3. He had a high opinion of Essex's generalship, and insisted that the situation of the Royal army required the utmost caution. - "A Book of Golden Deeds", Charlotte M. Yonge.