Definition of Tacticians

1. Noun. (plural of tactician) ¹

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Definition of Tacticians

1. tactician [n] - See also: tactician

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tacticians

tactical aeromedical evacuations
tactical air command centers
tactical air commander
tactical air commanders
tactical air control center
tactical air control centers
tactical call sign
tactical call signs
tactical intelligence
tactical maneuver
tactical manoeuvre
tactical realism
tactical warning
tacticians (current term)
tactile agnosia
tactile anaesthesia
tactile cell
tactile corpuscle
tactile disk
tactile elevations
tactile fremitus
tactile hair
tactile hallucination

Literary usage of Tacticians

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1. The Adventures of a Roving Diplomatist by Henry Wikoff (1857)
"... the party of violence, was, BS I have showa, finally suppressed, and France was now left in the bands of Parliamentary tacticians. ..."

2. Rough Sketches of the Life of an Old Soldier: During a Service in the West by Jonathan Leach (1831)
"Fire-side tacticians and critics. The army falls back from Quatre Bras to Waterloo. The cavalry are engaged. CAMPAIGN OF 1815 IN FLANDERS. ..."

3. A History of the Literature of Ancient Greece: From the Foundation of the by John William Donaldson, Karl Otfried Müller (1858)
"3. Sextus Empiricus, the commentator on philosophical systems ; and Diogenes of Laerte, the biographer of the philosophers. § 4. (b) tacticians ..."

4. The National Cyclopaedia of Useful Knowledge (1853)
"... and obliged paign, which has been considered by tacticians as them to retire. I that in which he most strikingly displayed his A series of battles were ..."

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