Definitions

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  • noun an expert in strategy (especially in warfare)

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Examples

  • Togame, the shogun's "strategian," has come to this island to seek out the head of the Kyotouryuu style, which means her aim is to recruit Shichika.

    Anime Nano!

  • Luckily, J.B. was all for it, saying it was right and useful that Douglass should meet "our strategian", as he called me, and when Joe, inevitably, asked to come along, he agreed right off; it would be good for Douglass to see such a fine upstanding man of colour in the forefront of the cause, he said.

    THE NUMBERS

  • Xiang, a brilliant strategian, lost out in the struggle and committed suicide.

    5. China, 221 B.C.E.-589 C.E

  • Luckily, J.B. was all for it, saying it was right and useful that Douglass should meet "our strategian", as he called me, and when Joe, inevitably, asked to come along, he agreed right off; it would be good for Douglass to see such a fine upstanding man of colour in the forefront of the cause, he said.

    Flashman and the angel of the lord

  • Luckily, J.B. was all for it, saying it was right and useful that Douglass should meet "our strategian", as he called me, and when Joe, inevitably, asked to come along, he agreed right off; it would be good for Douglass to see such a fine upstanding man of colour in the forefront of the cause, he said.

    Flashman and the angel of the lord

  • He was both strategian and tactician, and we all now know the difference between the two.

    Raffles: Further Adventures of the Amateur Cracksman

  • He was both strategian and tactician, and we all now know the difference between the two.

    Raffles, Further Adventures of the Amateur Cracksman

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