from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A warrior or soldier; a military man.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete A warrior.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A
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I bear tales, and that against my brother martialist?
“But, gossip — good gossip,” answered the martialist with out, “I am beset with villains, and beg the shelter of your roof!”
Consider, good neighbour, thou art too old for a young martialist to wrangle with.
Sussex was, according to the phrase of the times, a martialist — had done good service in Ireland and in
On the north side of the steps leading up to the choir is a brass tablet on a pillar, recording the merits of the "renowned martialist," Colonel
Nestor advises Agamemnon to set an advanced guard, which that martialist had never thought of doing, and to discuss matters over supper.
Saying this the self-satisfied martialist opened the basket and solaced his appetite with a slice of pasty and a draught of wine.
Henry's horse also had all the furniture necessary to a campaign; and the young martialist himself, notwithstanding his sister's disapproval, was begirt with a sword-belt, from which depended a light sabre, with which he was in the habit of exhibiting himself in the corps of the Rangers.
Even our young martialist, Henry, had become so inured to the toils of the road, that now, with the aid of a sleep which Horse Shoe had affectionately guarded until the last moment -- to say nothing of a good luncheon of broiled venison, which the boy discussed after he had mounted into his saddle -- he might be considered the most light-hearted of the host.
Butler laughed, and applauded the young martialist for his discrimination.