Definition of Battues

1. battue [n] - See also: battue



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Battues

battling
battner
battologism
battologisms
battologist
battologists
battologize
battologized
battologizes
battologizing
battology
batton
batts
battu
battue
battues (current term)
batture
battures
battuta
battutas
batty boys
batty men
batty rider
batty riders
batule
batules
batune

Literary usage of Battues

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Irish National Invincibles and Their Times by Patrick Tynan (1894)
"SPENCER'S " battues OF HANGINGS " — THE BLOODY ASSIZE—ACCUSING SPIRITS. As soon as the excitement into which British Ministerial circles were thrown by the ..."

2. The People of Turkey: Twenty Years Residence Among Bulgarians, Greek by Mrs John Elijah Blunt (1878)
"... Conversation—Eastern Notions of European Manners —Amusements in Turkey—Disappearance of the Old Exercises —Hunting—battues—Wrestling Matches—Musicians ..."

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