insurgents

[ in-sur-juhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF insurgents
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In no part of the field did the insurgents continue to resist.

In the first rank of the insurgents, Barnaby and Hugh stood side by side.

He was taken prisoner by the insurgents at the time of the Coup d'Etat.

Did you see the insurgents from Alboise and Les Tulettes pass by just now?

She would willingly have seized a weapon and followed the insurgents.

When he again joined the insurgents they had reached the Porte de Rome.

It was the column of insurgents entering the Rue de la Banne.

She took up the flag and led Silvere back into the midst of the insurgents.

The doctor informed him, in his quiet, way, that he intended to follow the insurgents.

The insurgents could not think of keeping Plassans in their power.