Definition of Renegados
1. renegado [n] - See also: renegado
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Renegados
Literary usage of Renegados
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of Spain: Founded on the Historia de España Y de la Civilización by Charles Edward Chapman (1918)
"This led to several uprisings, in which the renegados were a principal element. Hakem subdued them, and exiled many thousands, ..."
2. Publications of the Navy Records Society by Navy Records Society (Great Britain) (1894)
"... have perfidiously apostatized and made defection, and as fugitives and renegados have run away with the said ships, and in the same, ..."
3. The History and Description of Africa by Robert Brown, John Pory, Leo (1896)
"... hauing gathered togither a mightie armie, and much artillerie, taken in part from the king of Fez, and partly cast by the French renegados, ..."
4. Miscellaneous Works of Mr. John Greaves ...: Many of which are Now First by John Greaves, Thomas Birch (1737)
"... captives and renegados, yet there are fome natural born ... renegados, and captives only, of the moft civil and ..."