Definition of Camisade

1. n. A shirt worn by soldiers over their uniform, in order to be able to recognize one another in a night attack.



Definition of Camisade

1. camisado [n -S] - See also: camisado

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Camisade

cameses
camest
cameth
camgasite
camgirl
camgirls
cami
camikini
camikinis
camiknickers
caminite
camion
camions
camis
camisa
camisade (current term)
camisades
camisado
camisadoes
camisados
camisas
camisated
camise
camises
camisia
camisias
camisole
camisoles
camlet
camleted

Literary usage of Camisade

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1. A History of the House of Douglas from the Earliest Times Down to the by Herbert Maxwell (1902)
"59 Douglas's camisade, August 1327. 60 Treaty of Peace, 1328. 61 Death of Robert I., 7th June 1329- 62 Expedition with the Heart of Bruce, 1330. ..."

2. Participial substantives of the -ata type in the Romance languages: with by Luther Herbert Alexander, ( (1912)
"Allez vous en a un assaut de ville, armé de ces brevets, ou des dites chemises tant seulement et vous verrez si ceste camisade et ..."

3. Sartor Resartus by Thomas Carlyle (1896)
"camisade is a night attack, when the assailants wear shirts over their uniforms in order to prevent confusion. In the battle of Hochkirch, General Daun sur- ..."

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