gasconade


gas·co·nade

noun \ˌgas-kə-ˈnād\

Definition of GASCONADE

gasconade intransitive verb
gas·con·ad·er noun

Examples of GASCONADE

  1. <if you believe the gasconade of his memoirs, he pretty much won World War II on his own>

Origin of GASCONADE

French gasconnade, from gasconner to boast, from gascon Gascon, boaster
First Known Use: 1709

Gas·co·nade

geographical name \ˌgas-kə-ˈnād\

Definition of GASCONADE

river 265 miles (426 kilometers) S cen Missouri flowing NE into Missouri River

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