Thesaurus / dragoon
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Here the Dragoon groped a little on the naked scull, and cried with amazement, that "it was as cold as a knee-pan."

It was blocked by a tall and heavily-built Dutch dragoon, who could neither get through nor back, and was swearing fearfully.

So he is, except when he's a dragoon, as I found to my cost.

The Yeoman AdventurerGeorge W. Gough

Even her professional eye no longer distinguished regiment from regiment, dragoon from grenadier, Uhlan from Hussar or Landsturm.

Somewhere in FranceRichard Harding Davis

She went to the last assizes, and fell in with some dragoon officers at a ball.

"You don't know what a good fellow Joe is," said the dragoon.

He walked straight up to this dragoon, and gave him a slap in the face.

In the Sierra Morena mountains, he brought back to camp the horse of a dragoon who had been killed.

"Thou'lt have a day in prison if thou'rt found here, Mère Madou," said a dragoon, as he struck the ass with the flat of his sabre.

The men behaved like trumps—especially old Macdonald and the Dragoon.

Flora LyndsaySusanna Moodie

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.