dragoon

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horse soldier; cavalryman, that use horses for mobility, but fight dismounted
To force someone into doing something; to coerce
A carrier of a dragon musket
in the british army, a cavalryman
{n} a kind of horse soldeier, bravo, bully
{v} to enslave with solders, to force
To harass or reduce to subjection by dragoons; to persecute by abandoning a place to the rage of soldiers
a powerful knight with magical abilities Most dragoons have magically increased speed and agility
{f} force, pressure into doing something
subjugate by imposing troops
Formerly, a soldier who was taught and armed to serve either on horseback or on foot; now, a mounted soldier; a cavalry man
Operational code name for Allied operations in the South of France formerly known as Anvil
a member of a European military unit formerly composed of heavily armed cavalrymen
To compel submission by violent measures; to harass; to persecute
{i} cavalry soldier
If someone dragoons you into doing something that you do not want to do, they persuade you to do it even though you try hard not to agree. the history professor who had dragooned me into taking the exam. a soldier in past times who rode a horse and carried a gun and sword (dragon ). dragoon into to force someone to do something they do not want to do dragoon sb into doing sth. In late 16th-century Europe, a mounted soldier who fought as a light cavalryman on attack and as a dismounted infantryman on defense. The term derived from his weapon, a short musket called the dragoon. Dragoons were organized in companies, and their officers bore infantry titles. By the 18th century, dragoon referred to members of certain cavalry regiments. The term is still applied in the British Army to certain armoured reconnaissance units
compel by coercion, threats, or crude means; "They sandbagged him to make dinner for everyone"
a member of a European military unit formerly composed of heavily armed cavalrymen subjugate by imposing troops compel by coercion, threats, or crude means; "They sandbagged him to make dinner for everyone
A variety of pigeon
heavily armed trooper in some European armies of the 17th and 18th centuries
A dragoon
dragooner
dragooned
past of dragoon
dragooning
present participle of dragoon
dragoons
plural of dragoon
dragoons
third-person singular of dragoon
dragoon
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