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The loss was indeed serious; for the young orator was far more than a frondeur.
WILLIAM PITT AND THE GREAT WARJOHN HOLLAND ROSE
By this repressive policy the frondeur spirit of the Noblesse was revived, and it has continued to exist down to the present time.
RUSSIADONALD MACKENZIE WALLACE
Then suddenly he added, "Apropos, have you heard that Eugne has become one of the leaders of these frondeur madmen?"
THE SUITORS OF YVONNERAPHAEL SABATINI
Some one had once called him a frondeur; he was greatly delighted with that name.
ON THE EVEIVAN TURGENEV
Guy Patin is, in short, a systematic grumbler, a regular frondeur; but it is chiefly in talk and speculation.
THE CATHOLIC WORLD. VOLUME II; NUMBERS 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12.E. RAMEUR
Diana dismissed it with contempt, as the shaft of a frondeur discredited by both parties.
THE TESTING OF DIANA MALLORYMRS. HUMPHRY WARD
They gave him his choice of three names, l'Ennuy, le Frondeur, or le Blas.
HELENMARIA EDGEWORTH
Tallemant says that the Marquis "avait terriblement d'esprit, mais un peu frondeur."
ASPECTS AND IMPRESSIONSEDMUND GOSSE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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