Garrison [noun]

Definition of Garrison:

military post, fort

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Sentence/Example of Garrison:

“Since in-person classroom cohorts must quarantine for 14 days, we are suspending CARE classroom programming through the end of the year,” read a Monday letter to Garrison families.

The garrison of the town and fortress was nearly three thousand strong.

They also seized the lake gunboats, took an entire Spanish garrison prisoner, and captured a large quantity of stores.

Each day the garrison dwindled; each day the rebels received fresh accessions of strength.

Next morning that glorious garrison quitted the shot-torn plain they had hallowed by their deeds.

Hastalrick, in Catalonia, evacuated for want of provisions; the garrison cut their way through the French troops.

Not only were his despatches lost, but he was mistaken in believing that the Cawnpore garrison was overpowered.

A white flag waved on the rampart, and the drums of the garrison beat the chamade.

That same day Lawrence received what the Celtic soldiers among the garrison regarded as a warning of his approaching end.

Their garrison is small—some twenty men at most; but it is sufficient for their defence, and not too many mouths to feed.