Definition of Baudricks

1. Noun. (plural of baudrick) ¹



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Definition of Baudricks

1. baudrick [n] - See also: baudrick

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baudricks

bauble
baubles
baubling
baubon
baubons
bauchle
bauchled
bauchles
bauchling
baud
baud rate
baudekin
baudekins
baudric
baudrick
baudricks (current term)
baudrics
baudrons
baudronses
bauds
bauera
baueras
bauhinia
bauhinias
bauk
bauked
bauking
bauks

Literary usage of Baudricks

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1. The Historie of Travaile Into Virginia Britannia: Expressing the by William Strachey, Richard Henry Major (1849)
"... but stick long blades of grasse, the leaves of trees, or such like, under broad baudricks of leather, which covers them behind and before. ..."

2. South London by Walter Besant (1899)
"On each side of them were ranged seven virgins, all clothed in white ; those on the right hand had baudricks of sapphire colour or blue, ..."

3. A Life of the Great Lord Fairfax, Commander-in-chief of the Army of the by Clements Robert Markham (1870)
"Pikemen also wore baudricks of strong leather, and broad swords. Serjeants were armed with halberds instead of pikes. ..."

4. The Voyages of the English Nation to America by Richard Hakluyt (1889)
"The things, as he reporteth, that the Floridians make most account of, are red Cloth, or redde Cotton to make baudricks or ..."

5. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the by Richard Hakluyt (1904)
"The things, as he reporteth, that the Floridians make most account of, are red Cloth, or redde Cotton to make baudricks or ..."

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