hashmark hashmark  /ˈhæʃ ˌmɑrk/


  • (n) an insignia worn to indicate years of service



  1. A more important factor than the hashmark change is the slow but discernible evolution of offensive strategy in an increasingly complex defensive environment.
  2. The Mark III's most obvious feature is a vertical hashmark grille in shimmering metal that closely resembles the grille of a Rolls-Royce.


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    The last place Zack Czap wanted to be was on the right hashmark. He didn’t have much of a choice, though.
    on October 28, 2013     Source: The Williamsport Sun-Gazette


  1. "Rodney's speed and Sanders's speed, they don't have the same recovery speed and ability to recover from hashmark to hashmark," said Woodson.
    on Nov 2, 2008 By: Darren Woodson Source: Boston Globe (registration)

  2. "Yeah, we were at a big disadvantage," Morrison said. "We're talking about getting the personnel, getting the down and distance, getting the right hashmark ...... all on a single play. We can get the play in right now instead of looking to...
    on Sep 5, 2008 By: Kirk Morrison Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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