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warison

noun war·i·son \ˈwa-rə-sən\

Definition of WARISON

:  a bugle call to attack

Origin of WARISON

probably a misunderstanding by Sir Walter Scott of Middle English waryson reward, security, from Anglo-French *warison, garisun healing, protection — more at garrison
First Known Use: 1805

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