Definition of marshalship in English:

marshalship

noun

See marshal

  • ‘The title carried with it the hereditary marshalship of Scotland.’
  • ‘And after that they spoke only of the future, when the first period of his Marshalship should be over and he should be free to take his bride back to the fields and woods of Ivarsdale, and the gray old Tower on the hill.’
  • ‘She was given a marshallship of her duchies army because she made good tactical recommendations and talked to her duke regularly.’