Definition of Gendarmery

1. Noun. French police force; a group of gendarmes or gendarmes collectively.

Exact synonyms: Gendarmerie
Generic synonyms: Constabulary, Law, Police, Police Force
Member holonyms: Gendarme



Definition of Gendarmery

1. n. The body of gendarmes.

Definition of Gendarmery

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of gendarmerie) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Gendarmery

1. [n -RIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gendarmery

gemutlichkeits
gen
gen X
gena
genal
genal glands
genappe
genappes
genas
genbank
genco
gencos
gendarme
gendarmerie
gendarmeries
gendarmery (current term)
gendarmes
gender-blind
gender-free
gender-neutral
gender-neutral pronoun
gender-neutral pronouns
gender agreement
gender benders
gender bias
gender blind
gender changer

Literary usage of Gendarmery

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1. Belgium, Its Institutions, Industries and Commerce: General Notes Collected by Ministère de l'industrie et du travail, Belgium (1904)
"The gendarmery watches over the public safety, insures the maintaining of ... The gendarmery is a part of the army. It depends on the War Office for what ..."

2. Belgium, Its Institutions, Industries & Commerce: General Notes Col. & Pub by Belgium (1904)
"The gendarmery watches over the public safety, insures the maintaining of ... The gendarmery is a part of the army. It depends on the War Office for what ..."

3. Sources of Information on Military Professional Subjects: A Classified List by United States Adjutant-general's office. Military information division (1898)
"25, 1894, regarding the gendarmery, together with the instructions of March 20, 1895, for carrying same into effect, the organic regulations, ..."

4. Message of the President of the United States, of January 29, 1867: Relating by United States Dept. of State (1867)
"Baron Tindal, lieutenant colonel of gendarmery, is hereby named his office. Our minister of government is charged with the execution of this ARTICLE 4. ..."

5. Turkey of the Ottomans by Lucy Mary Jane Garnett (1915)
"Before the reorganisation of the gendarmery, the members of this force were ... A regiment of gendarmery is assigned to each of the vilayets of the Empire ..."

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