noun, plural as·sig·nats [as-ig-nats; French a-see-nya]. /ˈæs ɪgˌnæts; French a siˈnya/. French History.
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Example sentences from the Web for assignat
He would not even change an assignat to take for what I drank, which was not a little; and I therefore owe him for it.
And yet Cambon steadily insisted that the security for the assignat currency was perfect.
Ominous it was when persons compelled to take this loan found for an assignat of one hundred francs only one franc was allowed.
The lettering in the corners proclaims death to any one who should dare to counterfeit the assignat.
On several assignat-fans the money card, the seven of diamonds, is introduced, its significance being sufficiently obvious.History of the Fan|George Woolliscroft Rhead