Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In French history, one of the pamphlets, satires, songs, or lampoons directed against Cardinal Mazarin (1602-61), prime minister of France, during the wars of the Fronde.
- From French mazarinade, from Jules Mazarin, the chief minister and a popular target of such pamphlets. (Wiktionary)
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