noun[mass noun] literary
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- Marked out by Pitt for Canadian service, he served bravely at Louisbourg in 1758, then returned to London, where he dined with Pitt and Temple, exhibiting ‘gasconade and bravado’.
- Gasconade is expected by everyone.
mid 17th century: from French gasconnade, from gasconner 'talk like a Gascon, brag'.
Definition of gasconade in:
- The US English dictionary