dragoon

Dragoon - What does it mean?

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Dragoon vs Drake - What's the difference?

dragoon | drake |


As a noun dragoon

is (lb) a horse soldier; a cavalryman, who uses a horse for mobility, but fights dismounted.

As a verb dragoon

is to force someone into doing something; to coerce.

As a proper noun drake is

, notably of (1540-1596).

Coax vs Dragoon - What's the difference?

coax | dragoon |


As verbs the difference between coax and dragoon

is that coax is (obsolete) to fondle, kid, pet, tease while dragoon is to force someone into doing something; to coerce.

As nouns the difference between coax and dragoon

is that coax is (obsolete) a simpleton; a dupe or coax can be while dragoon is (lb) a horse soldier; a cavalryman, who uses a horse for mobility, but fights dismounted.

Cavalry vs Dragoon - What's the difference?

cavalry | dragoon |


As nouns the difference between cavalry and dragoon

is that cavalry is (military|uncountable) the military arm of service that fights while riding horses while dragoon is (lb) a horse soldier; a cavalryman, who uses a horse for mobility, but fights dismounted.

As a verb dragoon is

to force someone into doing something; to coerce.

Calvary vs Dragoon - What's the difference?

calvary | dragoon |


As nouns the difference between calvary and dragoon

is that calvary is a life-size representation of the crucifixion of jesus christ on a piece of raised ground while dragoon is (lb) a horse soldier; a cavalryman, who uses a horse for mobility, but fights dismounted.

As a verb dragoon is

to force someone into doing something; to coerce.

Dragoon vs Browbeaten - What's the difference?

dragoon | browbeaten |


As verbs the difference between dragoon and browbeaten

is that dragoon is to force someone into doing something; to coerce while browbeaten is .

As a noun dragoon

is (lb) a horse soldier; a cavalryman, who uses a horse for mobility, but fights dismounted.

As an adjective browbeaten is

intimidated or subjugated.

Require vs Dragoon - What's the difference?

require | dragoon | Related terms |

Require is a related term of dragoon.


As verbs the difference between require and dragoon

is that require is (label) to ask (someone) for something; to request while dragoon is to force someone into doing something; to coerce.

As a noun dragoon is

(lb) a horse soldier; a cavalryman, who uses a horse for mobility, but fights dismounted.

Cow vs Dragoon - What's the difference?

cow | dragoon | Related terms |

Cow is a related term of dragoon.


As an acronym cow

is (computing).

As a noun dragoon is

(lb) a horse soldier; a cavalryman, who uses a horse for mobility, but fights dismounted.

As a verb dragoon is

to force someone into doing something; to coerce.

Impel vs Dragoon - What's the difference?

impel | dragoon | Related terms |

Impel is a related term of dragoon.


As verbs the difference between impel and dragoon

is that impel is to urge a person; to press on; to incite to action or motion via intrinsic motivation (contrast with propel, to compel or drive extrinsically) while dragoon is to force someone into doing something; to coerce.

As a noun dragoon is

(lb) a horse soldier; a cavalryman, who uses a horse for mobility, but fights dismounted.

Dragoon vs Browbeat - What's the difference?

dragoon | browbeat | Related terms |

Dragoon is a related term of browbeat.


As verbs the difference between dragoon and browbeat

is that dragoon is to force someone into doing something; to coerce while browbeat is to bully in an intimidating, bossy, or supercilious way.

As a noun dragoon

is (lb) a horse soldier; a cavalryman, who uses a horse for mobility, but fights dismounted.

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