Associations to the word «Garrison»
GARRISON, noun. A permanent military post.
GARRISON, noun. The troops stationed at such a post.
GARRISON, noun. (allusive) Occupants.
GARRISON, verb. To assign troops to a military post.
GARRISON, verb. To convert into a military fort.
GARRISON, verb. To occupy with troops. example: 'Establishing a land bridge through Mariupol to Crimea would take tens of thousands of troops. So would garrisoning eastern Ukraine.', http://www.economist.com/news/briefing/21615605-now-willing-use-russian-troops-more-or-less-openly-eastern-ukraine-vladimir-putin-has
GARRISON, proper noun. A surname.
GARRISON, proper noun. A city in Iowa
GARRISON, proper noun. A CDP in Maryland
GARRISON, proper noun. A city in Minnesota
GARRISON, proper noun. A CDP in Montana
GARRISON, proper noun. A village in Nebraska
GARRISON, proper noun. A hamlet in New York
GARRISON, proper noun. A city in North Dakota
GARRISON, proper noun. A village in Northern Ireland
GARRISON, proper noun. A city in Texas
GARRISON BELT, noun. A heavy-duty leather belt, from which tools etc. may be slung
GARRISON, noun. A fortified military post where troops are stationed.
GARRISON, noun. United States abolitionist who published an anti-slavery journal (1805-1879).
GARRISON, noun. The troops who maintain and guard a fortified place.
GARRISON, verb. Station (troops) in a fort or garrison.
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