“You are a rebel, but I will do that for you,” replied the Zouave; and he gave him a canteen filled with water.
A strange mishap was that which befell the gunboat "Zouave."
The long, fluffy hairs on my legs (which give them the outline of a Zouave's) had somehow gotten dirty.
She heard the music of a bugle, and wished she were a Zouave safe in barracks.
As the boat pulled off to the Zouave, the camel jumped into the water and swam after it, and was taken aboard.
A Zouave, for whom there was none left, sobbed like a child in his disappointment.
The idea of any one suffering misery except himself seemed to the Zouave too preposterous not to be disposed of at once.
They were perfectly satisfied, though I was not at all, with my Zouave, Bornet.
My old friend—the colonel of the "Ranche" and "Zouave" memory—was stationed at Richmond headquarters.
About six in the evening, I and my Zouave visited the field of battle.
1848, from French, from Arabic Zwawa, from Berber Igawawaen, name of a Kabyle tribe in Algeria, from which the French light infantry troops of that name were originally recruited in 1831.