- Louis II de Bour·bon [lwee, duh boor-bawn] /lwi, də burˈbɔ̃/, Prince de,Duc d'Enghienthe Great Condé, 1621–86, French general.
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I answered, Two hundred: That is not so (quoth a Conde), there is but twenty.Devon, Its Moorlands, Streams and Coasts
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Conde, with a number of nobles and gentlemen, rode in front of the line.
Conde I have never trusted as one to be relied upon, in an extremity.
Surely, Francois, those gentlemen who are approaching are Conde and the Admiral!
- Prince de (prɛ̃s də), title of Louis II de Bourbon, Duc d'Enghien, called the Great Condé. 1621–86, French general, who led Louis XIV's armies against the Fronde (1649) but joined the Fronde in a new revolt (1650–52). He later fought for both France and Spain
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