Definition for MARCH

MARCH, n.2 [F. marche; It. marzo; D. mark; G. marsch.]

  1. The walk or movement of soldiers in order, whether infantry or cavalry. The troops were fatigued with a long march.
  2. A grave, deliberate, or solemn walk. The long, majestic march. Pope.
  3. A slow or laborious walk. Addison.
  4. A signal to move; a particular beat of the drum. Knolles.
  5. Movement; progression; advance; as, the march of reason; the march of mind.

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