noun ·marche \dā-ˈmärsh, di-ˈ, ˈdā-ˌ\

Definition of DÉMARCHE

a :  a course of action :  maneuver
b :  a diplomatic or political initiative or maneuver
:  a petition or protest presented through diplomatic channels

Variants of DÉMARCHE

·marche or de·marche \dā-ˈmärsh, di-ˈ, ˈdā-ˌ\

Origin of DÉMARCHE

French démarche, literally, gait, from Middle French, from demarcher to march, from Old French demarchier, from de- + marchier to march
First Known Use: 1658

Rhymes with DÉMARCHE


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