Definition of Forcats
1. forcat [n] - See also: forcat
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forcats
Literary usage of Forcats
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of the French Revolution by Thomas Carlyle (1883)
"Equally vague is Blanc Gilli, who likewise murmurs about forcats and danger of plunder.* forcats they were not: neither was there plunder or danger of it. ..."
2. France by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated (2001)
"St-Pierre-dels-forcats, 66210 Mont-Louis (Pyrenees-Orientales) Tel 04.68.04.20.36 Fax 04.68.04.20.25 Meals breakfast, lunch, dinner Prices rooms F; ..."
3. The dockyards, shipyards, and marine of France by Patrick Barry (1864)
"The forcats now in Toulon are the remnant sentenced under the old law, ... When, in the June of 1863, the writer visited Toulon 6000 forcats were in the ..."