Everything valuable had been destroyed by bands of Rapparees.
But, are you certain, Ellen, that he actually has joined the Rapparees?
"But we have heard of no rapparees in this neighbourhood, Walter," she said.
Yonder were the hills and bogs of Kerry—lawless, impenetrable, abominable—a realm of Tories and rapparees.
Many a time the traveller has observed thim flyin' away wid a foal in their jaws, the rapparees!
Ah, and if the truth were known, my boy, he spent many a night on the hills with the Rapparees.
What a fuss they're making all over the world about these "rapparees," or refugees, or whatever they call them.
Has he brought any of those Irish rapparees with him, who broke the neck of our last glorious affair?'
Every wearer of a cassock was a mark for the insults and outrages of soldiers and Rapparees.
But a regiment of infantry differed in nothing but name from a large gang of Rapparees.