dragonnade


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dragonnade

(ˌdræɡəˈneɪd)
n
1. (Historical Terms) history the persecution of French Huguenots during the reign of Louis XIV by dragoons quartered in their villages and homes
2. (Military) subjection by military force
vb
(Military) (tr) to subject to persecution by military troops
[C18: from French, from dragon dragoon]

dragonnade


Past participle: dragonnaded
Gerund: dragonnading

Imperative
dragonnade
dragonnade
Present
I dragonnade
you dragonnade
he/she/it dragonnades
we dragonnade
you dragonnade
they dragonnade
Preterite
I dragonnaded
you dragonnaded
he/she/it dragonnaded
we dragonnaded
you dragonnaded
they dragonnaded
Present Continuous
I am dragonnading
you are dragonnading
he/she/it is dragonnading
we are dragonnading
you are dragonnading
they are dragonnading
Present Perfect
I have dragonnaded
you have dragonnaded
he/she/it has dragonnaded
we have dragonnaded
you have dragonnaded
they have dragonnaded
Past Continuous
I was dragonnading
you were dragonnading
he/she/it was dragonnading
we were dragonnading
you were dragonnading
they were dragonnading
Past Perfect
I had dragonnaded
you had dragonnaded
he/she/it had dragonnaded
we had dragonnaded
you had dragonnaded
they had dragonnaded
Future
I will dragonnade
you will dragonnade
he/she/it will dragonnade
we will dragonnade
you will dragonnade
they will dragonnade
Future Perfect
I will have dragonnaded
you will have dragonnaded
he/she/it will have dragonnaded
we will have dragonnaded
you will have dragonnaded
they will have dragonnaded
Future Continuous
I will be dragonnading
you will be dragonnading
he/she/it will be dragonnading
we will be dragonnading
you will be dragonnading
they will be dragonnading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dragonnading
you have been dragonnading
he/she/it has been dragonnading
we have been dragonnading
you have been dragonnading
they have been dragonnading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dragonnading
you will have been dragonnading
he/she/it will have been dragonnading
we will have been dragonnading
you will have been dragonnading
they will have been dragonnading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dragonnading
you had been dragonnading
he/she/it had been dragonnading
we had been dragonnading
you had been dragonnading
they had been dragonnading
Conditional
I would dragonnade
you would dragonnade
he/she/it would dragonnade
we would dragonnade
you would dragonnade
they would dragonnade
Past Conditional
I would have dragonnaded
you would have dragonnaded
he/she/it would have dragonnaded
we would have dragonnaded
you would have dragonnaded
they would have dragonnaded
Mentioned in ?
References in classic literature ?
The cannonade of the Isle of Re presaged to him the dragonnades of the Cevennes; the taking of La Rochelle was the preface to the revocation of the Edict of Nantes.
The dragonnade was a persecution of Huguenots under which French ruler?
Yet the middle course that Locke attempted to steer deserves to be teased out in its full context, a context that includes the dragonnades of Poitou and the execution of Oliver Plunkett, the anti-Trinitarian writings of Isaac Newton and the poetry of John Dryden, the polemics of Pierre jurieu and the correspondence on Christian unity between Leibniz and Bossuet.