generalship


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Generalship \Gen"er*al*ship\, n.
   1. The office of a general; the exercise of the functions of
      a general; -- sometimes, with the possessive pronoun, the
      personality of a general.
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            Your generalship puts me in mind of Prince Eugene.
                                                  --Goldsmith.
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   2. Military skill in a general officer or commander.
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   3. Fig.: Leadership; management.
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            An artful stroke of generalship in Trim to raise a
            dust.                                 --Sterne.
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