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marching orders

noun plural

: orders that tell you what to do

—used to say that someone has been ordered to leave a place, job, etc.

Full Definition of MARCHING ORDERS

:  authoritative orders or instructions especially to set out on or as if on a march
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First Known Use of MARCHING ORDERS

1714

Rhymes with MARCHING ORDERS

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