Demarche meaning

dā-märsh
A course of action; a maneuver.
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A diplomatic representation or protest.
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A statement or protest addressed by citizens to public authorities.
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A line of action; move or countermove; maneuver, as a protest or warning, in diplomatic relations.
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A public action in the form of a protest to the government or those in power.
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A diplomatic maneuver; one handled with finesse.
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A protest launched through diplomatic measures.
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Origin of demarche

  • French from Old French demarche gait from demarchier to march de- de- marchier to march march1

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Borrowing from French démarche, from Middle French, from 12th century demarcher (“to march”), from Old French demarchier, from de- + marchier.

    From Wiktionary

  • Attested 1658, in sense “walk, step”; meaning “a diplomatic move” attested from 1670s.

    From Wiktionary