Trenchard [tren-chahrd, -cherd] Examples noun
- Hugh Montague, 1st Viscount,1873–1956, British Royal Air Force marshal.
Examples from the Web for trenchard Historical Examples of trenchard
“You will do well, sir,” said the Duke, and was shocked that Trenchard should laugh at such a moment.
But nimble Mr. Trenchard was easily master of the situation.
“It is our wish to hear this lady out, Mr. Trenchard,” the Duke reproved him.
Wilding looked at Trenchard, who shrugged his shoulders and made a wry face.
“Faith, you are right, Mr. Trenchard,” said the Duke with a laugh.
British Dictionary definitions for trenchard Trenchard noun
- Hugh Montague, 1st Viscount. 1873–1956, British air marshal, who as chief of air staff (1918, 1919–27) and marshal of the RAF (1927–29) established the RAF as a fully independent service. As commissioner of the Metropolitan Police (1931–35) he founded the police college at Hendon