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Definition of "garrisoning" [garrisoning]

  • Present participle of garrison. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "garrisoning" in a sentence
  • "'The Pastoralist Executive at Tunumburra have asked us cattle-owners who – are more likely to be let alone than the sheep-men, to help in garrisoning the sheep-stations; and I've promised to ride over to Breeza Downs to-morrow and do my share in protecting the place."
  • "It was this belief in “Great Game” efforts to install Our Guy as the motive force in foreign policy that led us to hire a bunch of Talibuddies to guard the back door at Tora Bora while there were 30,000 American troops garrisoning Kabul."
  • "This is why they had 30,000 troops garrisoning Kabul on the day the Talibuddies we hired escorted bin Laden from Tora Bora."
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