[ kag-oo-lahr, kag-oo-lahr; French ka-goo-lahr ]
/ ˈkæg ʊˌlɑr, ˌkæg ʊˈlɑr; French ka guˈlɑr /

noun, plural Ca·gou·lards [kag-oo-lahrz, kag-oo-lahrz; French ka-goo-lahr] /ˈkæg ʊˌlɑrz, ˌkæg ʊˈlɑrz; French ka guˈlɑr/.

a member of a secret French organization, active 1932–40, that conspired to overthrow the Third Republic.

Origin of Cagoulard

< French, equivalent to cagoule hood (see cowl) + -ard -ard Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019