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“The married women hastened to remove the debandade of the banquet.”
“_debandade_ among the Jack-tars -- leaving many a merry deck in forlorn and silent solitude.”
“If I had not placed my troops in a position where they were obliged to fight for their lives, but had allowed each man to follow his own discretion, there would have been a general debandade, and it would have been impossible to do anything with them. ”
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Military and martial terms ending in -ade that aren't fizzy drinks.
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