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Definition of "march on" [march on]

  • Move forward, also in the metaphorical sense (verb)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "march on" in a sentence
  • "Garnett's march on the twelfth carried him to Kaler's Ford on the Cheat River, where the men bivouacked in a heavy rain."
  • "He ended with an ultimatum that if Tawfik had not answered by lunchtime, then the colonels would march on Abdin Palace.26"
  • "This news only fired the desire of Alexander to march on and conquer lands no other Western ruler, not even the Great Kings of Persia, had dared to dream of."