Definition of Emeutes
1. emeute [n] - See also: emeute
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Emeutes
Literary usage of Emeutes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Paris and the Parisians in 1835 by Frances Milton Trollope (1836)
"How to stop emeutes. —Army of Italy—Theatre Fran9ais.—Mademoiselle Mars in Henriette.—Disappearance of Comedy. THOUGH Paris is really as quiet at present as ..."
2. The Punjab and Delhi in 1857: Being a Narrative of the Measures by which the by John Cave-Browne (1861)
"... emeutes OF THE 10TH L, CAVALRY AT FEROZE- PORE; AND THE FATE OF THE 51ST NI AT PESHAWUR. IF the quiet which rested on the Punjab in the month of July ..."
3. Sketch of the History of Glasgow by James Pagan (1847)
"MINOR emeutes. Since the romantic and eventful period of "the Forty-five," Glasgow, with the exception of some minor excitements and disturbances, ..."