This terrific punishment put a summary end to the Jacquerie.
They may make a Jacquerie, but they cannot make a revolution.
The reader is mistaken if he thinks that we take the word Jacquerie in a bad sense.
Nothing could have been more unlike the popular idea of a Jacquerie.
But here is the Jacquerie, the bulk of my army, annihilated.'
Then arose the terrible insurrection known as the Jacquerie.
The Jacquerie subsides, and it seems as if the newly restored order would be maintained.
The Jacquerie only reached Kerry the other day, and already the county is revolutionised.
The destruction of the Jacquerie reduces the bourgeoisie to its own forces in its struggle against the Regent.
In France, they formed the dreaded bands of the Jacquerie, who desolated the most fruitful portions of that fine country.
1520s, from Middle French jacquerie "peasants or villeins collectively," from Jacques, the proper name, which is used as Jack is used in English, in the sense of "any common fellow." So, also, "the rising of the northern French peasants against the nobles, 1357-8," from a French usage. Etymologically, Jacques is from Late Latin Iacobus (see Jacob).