Noun: marshal maa(r)-shul
Verb: marshal (marshalled,marshalling, or [US] marshaled,marshaling) maa(r)-shul
- A law officer having duties similar to those of a sheriff in carrying out the judgments of a court of law
- (in some countries) a military officer of highest rank
- Place in proper rank
"marshal the troops"
- Arrange in logical order
"marshal facts or arguments"
- Make ready for action or use
- mobilize, mobilise [Brit], summon
- Lead ceremoniously, as in a procession
Sounds like: marquise, marqushal, marshall, mar
Derived forms: marshals, marshalling, marshalled, marshaling, marshaled
Type of: arrange, collect, commissioned military officer, garner, gather, law officer, lawman, lay, peace officer, place, pose, position, pull together, put, set, set up, show, usher
Encyclopedia: Marshal Marshal, William, Earl of Pembroke