Definition of generalcy in English:

generalcy

Syllabification: gen·er·al·cy
Pronunciation: /ˈjenərəlsē
 
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noun

The rank, office, or tenure of a general.
More example sentences
  • He served in the western theater, where he won a major generalcy by 1863.
  • He then commanded another expedition to punish the Ashanti in West Africa, his capture of their capital at Kumasi in February 1873 being rewarded with his major generalcy.
  • With the July 4, 1863, capitulation of the city he was awarded a major generalcy in the regular army.

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