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full general

synonym (synonym of full general)

  • (noun.person)
    a general officer of the highest rank (noun.person)
     

hypernym (full general IS A KIND OF .... relation)

  • a general officer of the highest rank (noun.person)
    officers in the Army or Air Force or Marines above the rank of colonel (noun.person)
     

hyponym (.... IS A KIND OF full general relation)

instance hyponym (.... IS A KIND OF full general relation (represent specific [usually real-world] instances of something))

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    Roman general who was governor of Britain and extended Roman rule north to the Firth of Forth (37-93) (noun.person)
     
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    ancient Athenian statesman and general in the Peloponnesian War (circa 450-404 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    a general of Alexander the Great and king of Macedonia; lost one eye; killed in a battle at Ipsus (382-301 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    Roman general under Julius Caesar in the Gallic wars; repudiated his wife for the Egyptian queen Cleopatra; they were defeated by Octavian at Actium ( more.. (noun.person)
     
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    United States general and traitor in the American Revolution; in 1780 his plan to surrender West Point to the British was foiled (1741-1801) (noun.person)
     
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    Byzantine general under Justinian I; he recovered former Roman territories in northern Africa and fought against the Persians (noun.person)
     
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    (Old Testament) Babylonian general and son of Nebuchadnezzar II; according to the Old Testament he was warned of his doom by divine handwriting on the more.. (noun.person)
     
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    Venezuelan statesman who led the revolt of South American colonies against Spanish rule; founded Bolivia in 1825 (1783-1830) (noun.person)
     
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    United States general who played an important role in the Allied victory in World War II (1893-1981) (noun.person)
     
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    Confederate general during the American Civil War who was defeated by Grant in the battle of Chattanooga (1817-1876) (noun.person)
     
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    British general in the American Revolution who captured Fort Ticonderoga but lost the battle of Saratoga in 1777 (1722-1792) (noun.person)
     
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    United States general in the American Civil War who was defeated by Robert E. Lee at the Battle of Fredericksburg (1824-1881) (noun.person)
     
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    conqueror of Gaul and master of Italy (100-44 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    Chinese military and political figure; in the Chinese civil war that followed World War II he was defeated by the Chinese communists and in 1949 was f more.. (noun.person)
     
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    English general considered one of the greatest generals in history (1650-1722) (noun.person)
     
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    United States general who was Allied commander in Africa and Italy in World War II and was commander of the United Nations forces in Korea (1896-1984) (noun.person)
     
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    Prussian general and military theorist who proposed a doctrine of total war and war as an extension of diplomacy (1780-1831) (noun.person)
     
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    United States general who commanded United States forces in Europe from 1945 to 1949 and who oversaw the Berlin airlift (1897-1978) (noun.person)
     
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    British general and statesman whose victory at Plassey in 1757 strengthened British control of India (1725-1774) (noun.person)
     
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    commander of the British forces in the American War of Independence; was defeated by American and French troops at Yorktown (1738-1805) (noun.person)
     
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    English general and statesman who led the parliamentary army in the English Civil War (1599-1658) (noun.person)
     
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    English general; son of George II; fought unsuccessfully in the battle of Fontenoy (1721-1765) (noun.person)
     
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    United States general who was killed along with all his command by the Sioux at the Battle of Little Bighorn (1839-1876) (noun.person)
     
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    Israeli general and statesman (1915-1981) (noun.person)
     
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    French general and statesman who became very popular during World War II as the leader of the Free French forces in exile (1890-1970) (noun.person)
     
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    son of Antigonus Cyclops and king of Macedonia; he and his father were defeated at the battle of Ipsus (337-283 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    United States Air Force officer who electrified the world in 1942 by leading a squadron of 16 bombers on a daylight raid over Tokyo (1896-1993) (noun.person)
     
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    British marshal of the RAF who commanded the British air defense forces that defeated the Luftwaffe during the Battle of Britain (1882-1970) (noun.person)
     
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    United States general who supervised the invasion of Normandy and the defeat of Nazi Germany; 34th President of the United States (1890-1961) (noun.person)
     
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    Austrian general in the service of the Holy Roman Empire during the War of the Spanish Succession (1663-1736) (noun.person)
     
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    Roman statesman and general who built the Flaminian Way; died when he was defeated by Hannibal (died 217 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    Spanish general whose armies took control of Spain in 1939 and who ruled as a dictator until his death (1892-1975) (noun.person)
     
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    Italian patriot whose conquest of Sicily and Naples led to the formation of the Italian state (1807-1882) (noun.person)
     
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    18th President of the United States; commander of the Union armies in the American Civil War (1822-1885) (noun.person)
     
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    United States general who served as military director of the atomic bomb project (1896-1970) (noun.person)
     
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    general who commanded the Carthaginian army in the second Punic War; crossed the Alps and defeated the Romans but was recalled to defend Carthage and more.. (noun.person)
     
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    British marshal of the Royal Air Force; during World War II he directed mass bombing raids against German cities that resulted in heavy civilian casua more.. (noun.person)
     
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    general who commanded a Carthaginian army in Spain; joined his brother Hannibal in Italy and was killed by the Romans at the battle of Metaurus River more.. (noun.person)
     
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    German field marshal and statesman; as president of the Weimar Republic he reluctantly appointed Hitler as chancellor in 1933 (1847-1934) (noun.person)
     
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    (Apocrypha) the Assyrian general who was decapitated by the biblical heroine Judith (noun.person)
     
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    United States general in the Union Army who was defeated at Chancellorsville by Robert E. Lee (1814-1879) (noun.person)
     
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    United States politician and military leader who fought to gain independence for Texas from Mexico and to make it a part of the United States (1793-18 more.. (noun.person)
     
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    7th president of the US; successfully defended New Orleans from the British in 1815; expanded the power of the presidency (1767-1845) (noun.person)
     
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    general in the Confederate Army during the American Civil War whose troops at the first Battle of Bull Run stood like a stone wall (1824-1863) (noun.person)
     
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    Confederate general in the American Civil War; led the Confederate troops in the West (1807-1891) (noun.person)
     
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    Jewish general who led the revolt of the Jews against the Romans and then wrote a history of those events (37-100) (noun.person)
     
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    American general who led the Confederate Armies in the American Civil War (1807-1870) (noun.person)
     
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    Roman general famous for self-indulgence and giving lavish banquets (circa 110-57 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    Roman general famous for giving lavish banquets (110-57 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    Spartan general who defeated the Athenians in the final battle of the Peloponnesian War (died in 395 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    Macedonian general under Alexander the Great; with Seleucus he defeated Antigonus and Demetrius at the battle of Ipsus (circa 355-281 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    United States general who served as chief of staff and commanded Allied forces in the South Pacific during World War II; he accepted the surrender of more.. (noun.person)
     
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    United States general and statesman who as Secretary of State organized the European Recovery Program (1880-1959) (noun.person)
     
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    United States general in charge of the Union troops at the Battle of Gettysburg (1815-1872) (noun.person)
     
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    Athenian general who defeated the Persians at Marathon (540-489) (noun.person)
     
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    United States aviator and general who was an early advocate of military air power (1879-1936) (noun.person)
     
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    English general during World War II; won victories over Rommel in North Africa and led British ground forces in the invasion of Normandy (1887-1976) (noun.person)
     
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    French general who became emperor of the French (1769-1821) (noun.person)
     
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    French marshal in the Napoleonic Wars (1769-1815) (noun.person)
     
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    United States general who commanded the American forces in Europe during World War I (1860-1948) (noun.person)
     
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    American Confederate general known for leading a disastrous charge at Gettysburg (1825-1875) (noun.person)
     
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    Roman general and statesman who quarrelled with Caesar and fled to Egypt where he was murdered (106-48 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    United States general who was the first African American to serve as chief of staff; later served as Secretary of State under President George W. Bush more.. (noun.person)
     
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    French general who commanded French troops in the American Revolution, notably at Yorktown (1725-1807) (noun.person)
     
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    Mexican general who tried to crush the Texas revolt and who lost battles to Winfield Scott and Zachary Taylor in the Mexican War (1795-1876) (noun.person)
     
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    a French marshal who distinguished himself in the War of the Austrian Succession (1696-1750) (noun.person)
     
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    Roman general who commanded the invasion of Carthage in the second Punic War and defeated Hannibal at Zama (circa 237-183 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    United States general who was a hero of the War of 1812 and who defeated Santa Anna in the Mexican War (1786-1866) (noun.person)
     
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    Macedonian general who accompanied Alexander the Great into Asia; founded a line of kings who reigned in Asia Minor until 65 BC (358-281 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    United States general who was commander of all Union troops in the West; he captured Atlanta and led a destructive march to the sea that cut the Confe more.. (noun.person)
     
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    Indian general and nawab of Bengal who opposed the colonization of India by England; he captured Calcutta in 1756 and many of his prisoners suffocated more.. (noun.person)
     
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    United States general who commanded the Allied forces in China and Burma and India during World War II (1883-1946) (noun.person)
     
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    Roman general and dictator (138-78 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    Austrian general who fought for the Hapsburgs during the Thirty Years' War (1583-1634) (noun.person)
     
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    1st President of the United States; commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolution (1732-1799) (noun.person)
     
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    British field marshal in North Africa in World War II; he defeated the Italians before being defeated by the Germans (1883-1950) (noun.person)
     
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    American general during the American Revolution (1745-1796) (noun.person)
     
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    British general and statesman; he defeated Napoleon at Waterloo; subsequently served as Prime Minister (1769-1852) (noun.person)
     
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    Greek general and historian; student of Socrates (430-355 BC) (noun.person)
     
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    Soviet general who during World Warr II directed the counteroffensive at Stalingrad and relieved Leningrad and captured Berlin (1896-1974) (noun.person)
     

derivation (.... is derived from full general)

  • (noun.act)
    the office and authority of a general (noun.act)
     
  • (noun.cognition)
    the leadership ability of a military general (noun.cognition)
     
  • (verb.communication)
    command as a general (verb.communication)
     

domain category (full general is domain category of ....)

synonym hypernym hyponym instance hyponym derivation domain category general general officer blucher g. l. von blucher gebhard leberecht von blucher von blucher agricola gnaeus julius agricola alcibiades antigonus anthony antonius generalcy generalship general armed forces armed services military military machine war machine

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