Help me play my part and these frondeurs may yet feel the force of your sling.
This first raising of bucklers by the Frondeurs was not of long duration.
Mr Tadpole knows all about it; he has liaisons with the frondeurs.
After the historian of the Importants, that of the Frondeurs holds very nearly the same arguments.
He thought that by drawing closer to the Frondeurs, he should rid himself of the feeling that oppressed him.
The Frondeurs, old and new, had gained the day; but even now there was disorder in their camp.
Many are the allusions in the Nouvelles ordinaires to the dark intrigues of the Frondeurs.
It was also necessary to win back from Spain the territory which the Frondeurs had delivered up to her.
Frondeurs were falling back in dire extremity—royalists pressing forward, hopeful, and strengthened with reinforcements.
Mazarine's life is menaced; the queen-mother and the young king are virtually prisoners of the Frondeurs.