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  • n. Plural form of fougade.


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  • The corporal, an ignorant fellow, and ill comprehending the nature of the duty with which he was charged, upon hearing the first shot discharged from the ramparts of the city, set fire to the fougades and blew up the bridge.

    The Works of Lord Byron, Vol. 7. Poetry

  • "The Emperor had ordered the engineers to form fougades under the grand bridge which is between Leipsic and Lindenau, in order to blow it up at the latest moment, and thus to retard the march of the enemy and give time to our baggage to file off.

    The Works of Lord Byron, Vol. 7. Poetry


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