Definition of Scabbards

1. Noun. (plural of scabbard) ¹



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Definition of Scabbards

1. scabbard [v] - See also: scabbard

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scabbards

sbirro
sbirros
sborgite
sborgites
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sc-19220
sc.
scRNP
scaRNA
scaRNAs
scab
scabbard
scabbard trachea
scabbarded
scabbarding
scabbards (current term)
scabbed
scabbedness
scabbier
scabbiest
scabbily
scabbiness
scabbing
scabble
scabbled
scabbles
scabbling
scabblings
scabby
scabby mouth

Literary usage of Scabbards

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1. Ancient Britain and the Invasions of Julius Caesar by Thomas Rice Holmes (1907)
"... may be studied on many other objects scabbards besides those which have been already mentioned. Though British swords of the Early Iron Age are rare, ..."

2. The Ancient Bronze Implements, Weapons, and Ornaments: Of Great Britain and by John Evans (1881)
"scabbards AND CHAPES. ALTHOUGH the sheaths which protected the daggers and swords described in the preceding chapters consisted probably for the most part ..."

3. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities in the Museum of the Royal Irish by Royal Irish Academy Museum, William Robert Wilde (1863)
"there is every reason to believe, served as terminal decorations as well as ferules to the scabbards of our broad-leafed swords; although differing widely ..."

4. The Power of Truth: Individual Problems and Possibilities by William George Jordan (1902)
"C. The philosophy of swords and scabbards is as true of nations as of individuals. When France committed the great crime of the nineteenth century, ..."

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