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Jac·que·rie

 (zhä-krē′)
n.
1. The uprising of the French peasants against the nobility in 1358.
2. jacquerie A peasant revolt, especially a very bloody one.

[French, from Old French jacquerie, peasantry, from jacques, peasant; see jacket.]

Jacquerie

(ʒakri)
n
(Historical Terms) the revolt of the N French peasants against the nobility in 1358
[C16: from Old French: the peasantry, from jacque a peasant, from Jacques James, from Late Latin Jacōbus]

Jac•que•rie

(ˌʒɑ kəˈri, ˌʒæk ə-)

n.
1. the revolt of the peasants of N France against the nobles in 1358.
2. (l.c.) any peasant revolt.
[1520–30; < French, Middle French, =jaque(s) peasant + -rie -ry]

jacquerie

a revolt of peasants against the social classes above them.
See also: Conflict

Jacquerie

1358 A French peasant revolt against the nobility.
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and most well known are the English Peasants' Revolt of 3381, and the Jacquerie Rebellion of 1358 in France.