Definition of Noyades
1. noyade [n] - See also: noyade
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Literary usage of Noyades
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of the French Revolution by Henry Morse Stephens (1891)
"... Terror at Nantes—Carrier— The noyades—The Terror at Arras and Cambrai—Joseph Le Bon —The Terror in the Vaucluse—The " destruction " of ..."
2. The Real French Revolutionist by Henry Lorenzo Jephson (1899)
"CHAPTER XVII noyades AND FUSILLADES IF events at Angers were giving an illustration of how the principles of " liberty, equality, and fraternity " really ..."
3. Brittany & Its Byways: Some Account of Its Inhabitants and Its Antiquities by Bury Palliser (1869)
"... in front of which the horrible noyades of Carrier took place, and these warehouses served as a temporary place of confinement for the victims. ..."
4. The Pedestrian in France and Switzerland by George Barrell (1853)
"March—Robber's Wood— Vannes— Weighing the Diligence—A Chateau—Nantes—The noyades and Republican Marriages—Adieu to Brittany. I REALLY believe that this ..."