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Definition of "disgarrison" []

  • To deprive of a garrison. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "disgarrison" in a sentence
  • "We linger our remove from thence till we have some certainty of that business, hoping, that if he concur with the committee of Derby and some others for disgarrison of that place, to have the favour to be admitted to that house, which we the more desire by reason that town is assigned to us for maintenance, which will yield very little, I fear, if it continue still a garrison."