- /frön-dûrˈ or frɔ̃-dœr/ noun
1. A member of the Fronde
2. An irreconcilable or a dissident
- His daughter was the famous Frondeur the " duchesse de Chevreuse ".
- After France surrendered to Germany in June 1940 during World War II, " Frondeur " served with the naval force of Vichy France.
- D'Artagnan leaves but waits in hiding, suspecting that Aramis is both the Frondeur who had been sought earlier and the lover of Madame de Longueville.
- Styled as " Mademoiselle de Vend�me " prior to marriage, she was the second of three children; she had two brothers, the Frondeur Louis Joseph de Bourbon.
- He was employed in the siege of Sainte-Menehould ( which he had helped to storm as a Frondeur ) and won a lieutenancy in the regiment of Burgundy, and at Stenay he was wounded twice.