Definition of Shabracks

1. Noun. (plural of shabrack) ¹



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Definition of Shabracks

1. shabrack [n] - See also: shabrack

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shabracks

shabbier
shabbiest
shabbily
shabbiness
shabbinesses
shabble
shabbles
shabboses
shabby
shabby-genteel
shabeen
shabeens
shabono
shabonos
shabrack
shabracks (current term)
shabu
shabynite
shack
shack up
shacked
shacked up
shacking
shacking up
shackle
shacklebone
shacklebones
shackled
shackler
shacklers

Literary usage of Shabracks

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1. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1826)
"... clothed in striped silk tobes; and the skin of the tiger-cat and leopard formed their shabracks, which hung fully over their horses' haunches. ..."

2. Berlin Under the New Empire: Its Institutions, Inhabitants, Industry by Heanry Vizetelly (1879)
"The kits were fairly heavy, almost unnecessarily so ; the shabracks, wallets, cloaks, mess tins, piquet ropes, &c., being worn. The cuirassiers had on their ..."

3. Berlin Under the New Empire: Its Institutions, Inhabitants, Industry by Henry Vizetelly (1879)
"The kits m>- fairly heavy, almost unnecessarily so; the shabracks, walic:- cloaks, mess tins, piquet ropes, &c., being worn. ..."

4. Coomassie and Magdala: The Story of Two British Campaigns in Africa by Henry Morton Stanley (1874)
"They were dressed in green cloth uniforms, and their horses had green shabracks. Each man was armed with a short double-barrelled rifle and tulwar.i ..."

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