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fourragère

noun four·ra·gère \ˌfr-ə-ˈzher\

Definition of FOURRAGÈRE

:  a braided cord worn usually around the left shoulder; especially :  such a cord awarded as a decoration to a military unit

Origin of FOURRAGÈRE

French, from feminine of fourrager of forage, from fourrage forage
First Known Use: 1919

Rhymes with FOURRAGÈRE

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