noun Chiefly Law.
Origin of vendee
Examples from the Web for vendee
"I will give you fact," continued Detricand, and he told of the series of successes lately come to the army of the Vendee.
As his grasp closed on it, he recognised Detricand, and at the same time he saw the cross and heart of the Vendee on his coat.
Is not La Vendee still blazing;—alas too literally; rogue Rossignol burning the very corn-mills?The French Revolution|Thomas Carlyle
My father, Gasselin, and I lived for three months in Vendee on one hundred and fifty francs, marching night and day.Beatrix|Honore de Balzac
Pasto remained faithfully loyalist—a Vendee into which many republican armies were destined to dash in vain.The South American Republics, Part II (of 2)|Thomas C. Dawson