dragoon

[n] - a member of a European military unit formerly composed of heavily armed cavalrymen 2. [v] - compel by coercion, threats, or crude means 3. [v] - subjugate by imposing troops
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Dragoon

Operational code name for Allied operations in the South of France formerly known as Anvil
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dragoon

Mounted soldier who carried an infantry weapon such as a `dragon`, or short musket, as used by the French army in the 16th century. The name was retained by some later regiments after the...
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Dragoon

6x6 armoured vehicle based on Land Rover 110 chassis [UK], 4x4 armoured vehicle series [US]
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Dragoon

Dra·goon' (drȧ*gōn') noun [ French dragon dragon, dragoon, from Latin draco dragon, also, a cohort's standard (with a dragon on it). The name was given from the sense standard . See Dragon .] 1. ((Mil.) Formerly, a soldier who was taught and arm...
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Dragoon

Dra·goon' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Dragooned ; present participle & verbal noun Dragooning .] 1. To harass or reduce to subjection by dragoons; to persecute by abandoning a place to the rage of soldiers. ...
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dragoon

1. Formerly, a soldier who was taught and armed to serve either on horseback or on foot; now, a mounted soldier; a cavalry man. ... 2. A variety of pigeon. ... <zoology> Dragoon bird, the umbrella bird. ... Origin: F. Dragon dragon, dragoon, fr. L. Draco dragon, also, a cohort's standard (with a dragon on it). The name was given from the sens...
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dragoon

noun a member of a European military unit formerly composed of heavily armed cavalrymen
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Dragoon

• (v. t.) To harass or reduce to subjection by dragoons; to persecute by abandoning a place to the rage of soldiers. • (n.) Formerly, a soldier who was taught and armed to serve either on horseback or on foot; now, a mounted soldier; a cavalry man. • (n.) A variety of pigeon. • (v. t.) To compel submission by violent measures; t...
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dragoon

in late 16th-century Europe, a mounted soldier who fought as a light cavalryman on attack and as a dismounted infantryman on defense. The terms ...
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dragoon

heavily armed trooper in some European armies of the 17th and 18th centuries
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Dragoon

A Dragoon was a mounted soldier who carried an infantry weapon such as a 'dragon', or short musket, as used by the French army in the 16th century. The name was retained by some later regiments after the original meaning became obsolete.
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dragoon

Mounted soldier who carried an infantry weapon such as a `dragon`, or short musket, as used by the French army in the 16th century. The name was retained by some later regiments after the original meaning became obsolete
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dragoon

variety of pidgeon, being a cross between a horseman and a tumbler. Also dragon.
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dragoon

to compel by military bullying; to compel by force
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