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generalship (n.)

1590s, "the functions of a general" (a sense now obsolete); 1620s, "the office of a general;" from general (n.) + -ship. The meaning "management of an army; the military skill or conduct of a commander" is by 1770.

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Definitions of generalship from WordNet

generalship (n.)
the leadership ability of a military general;
generalship (n.)
the office and authority of a general;
Synonyms: generalcy
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