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Definition of "marches" []

  • The area along a border (noun)
  • Plural form of march. (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of march. (verb)

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Use "marches" in a sentence
  • "Sometimes the word marches side-by-side with anti-war sentiment, as it did in the Vietnam era when Sen. George McGovern issued his call to "Come home, America.""
  • "These are the kinds of storylines that work best with such a large cast and I'm hoping that Fraction keeps that in mind as his tenure on the title marches on after Second Coming."
  • "In truth, those investigating anti-war protests are likely to spot signs saying, "Support the Troops, Bring Them Home," and to see veterans themselves present as honored participants in marches -- members of organizations such as Veterans for Peace."
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