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Old English garnisoun, French garnison garrison, in Old French & Old English also, provision, munitions, from garnir to garnish. See garnish.

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Singular
Garrison

Plural
Garrisons

Garrison (plural Garrisons)
  1. A permanent military post.
  2. The troops stationed at such a post.

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Infinitive
to Garrison

Third person singular
Garrisons

Simple past
Garrisoned

Past participle
Garrisoned

Present participle
Garrisoning

to Garrison (third-person singular simple present Garrisons, present participle Garrisoning, simple past and past participle Garrisoned)
  1. To assign troops to a military post
  2. To convert into a military fort

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