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Definition of "napoleonic" []

  • Relating to or characteristic of Napoleon I or his era (adjective)

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Use "napoleonic" in a sentence
  • "Many -including police officers themselves- are proud of the fact that Britain still has an unarmed police force -unlike their continental cousins who some view as being 'napoleonic' police forces- and despite the increase in armed crime."
  • "One of the reasons for the kerfuffle during the napoleonic era was that indians in canada were organising to invade the USA in revenge."
  • "Ideology only has succeeded in Civil (napoleonic) Code countries: Spain, Germany, Italy, Russia, Japan, China."
  • "Naomi Novik; Scott Westerfeld; chat napoleon dynamite napoleonic wars narnia nas"
  • "I just hope that the new ownership does a better job of selling this philosophy. hard to do with the napoleonic complex that SD seems to have"