Earl Marshal

NOUN
  1. an officer of the English peerage who organizes royal processions and other ceremonies
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How To Use Earl Marshal In A Sentence

  • RICHARD¬†II. to THOMAS MOWBRAY, Earl Marshal, and now borne by the Duke of NORFOLK, is _a lion statant guardant, his tail extended or, and ducally gorged arg. _: the PERCY lion is _statant, his tail extended or_: each lion stands upon a chapeau. The Handbook to English Heraldry
  • As the twisted fragments were being dragged aside by horsemen, the earl marshal himself rode up to the prince, followed closely by his son Count Elktor and the alchymist Vra-Doman Carmorton. Conqueror's Moon
  • In England, new coats of arms are granted to individuals by the Earl Marshal of the College of Arms, which oversees the issuing of armorial bearings.
  • In England, new coats of arms are granted to individuals by the Earl Marshal of the College of Arms, which oversees the issuing of armorial bearings.
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