vendee′, the person to whom a thing is sold; Ven′der, -dor, one who sells; Vendibil′ity.
They may quarrel as they like, in Paris, but it does not concern La vendee.
You have failed in your duty to provide adequately for the army of vendee.
Detricand, Prince of Vaufontaine, was no longer in the vendee.
My father, Gasselin, and I lived for three months in vendee on one hundred and fifty francs, marching night and day.
Were it not for you, my bones would now be lying in the vendee.
The vendee or purchaser would sue to recover for a broken covenant.
He came to England, where he lived until 1814, when he went back to France to make his unsuccessful attempt to raise 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.
Also she was in close sympathy with the war of the vendee, to which she would lend all possible assistance.