Definition of Montagnards
1. montagnard [n] - See also: montagnard
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Montagnards
Literary usage of Montagnards
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1904)
"The map shown in connection with the paper was prepared by M. Léon Leboucher for the Club des montagnards of Guadeloupe. This club has recently celebrated ..."
2. Memoirs of Citizen Caussidière: Ex-prefect of Police, and Representative of by Marc Caussidière (1848)
"... the conspiracy—Fear of a struggle with the montagnards—Eleven at night—The mutineers—The revolt put down—Dormes is arrested— The St. Victor barracks—The ..."
3. Demonology and Devil-lore by Moncure Daniel Conway (1879)
"... on Alpine peasants—Holy and Unholy Mountains—The Devil's Pulpit— montagnards —Tarns —Tenjo—T'ai-shan ..."
4. Camille Desmoulins and His Wife: Passages from the History of the Dantonists by Jules Claretie, Frances Cashel Hoey (1876)
"Election to the National Convention—Camille, a deputy—His hopes—The Convention—montagnards and Girondins—The Dan- ..."
5. The Cradle of Rebellions: A History of the Secret Societies of France by Lucien de La Hodde (1864)
"... prefecture of police—M. Sobrier— The companions of the prefect—Order for the arrest of the Duchess of Orleans—Organization of the montagnards. ..."