noun, plural fron·deurs [fron-durz; French frawn-dœr] /frɒnˈdɜrz; French frɔ̃ˈdœr/.
Origin of frondeur
Examples from the Web for frondeur
Some one had once called him a frondeur; he was greatly delighted with that name.On the Eve|Ivan Turgenev
Then suddenly he added, "Apropos, have you heard that Eugne has become one of the leaders of these frondeur madmen?"The Suitors of Yvonne|Raphael Sabatini
Diana dismissed it with contempt, as the shaft of a frondeur discredited by both parties.The Testing of Diana Mallory|Mrs. Humphry Ward
By this repressive policy the frondeur spirit of the Noblesse was revived, and it has continued to exist down to the present time.Russia|Donald Mackenzie Wallace
The loss was indeed serious; for the young orator was far more than a frondeur.William Pitt and the Great War|John Holland Rose