Definition of Baudrics
1. baudric [n] - See also: baudric
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baudrics
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Literary usage of Baudrics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Companion to English History (middle Ages) by Francis Pierrepont Barnard (1902)
"baudrics of bells, worn transversely from the shoulder to the knee [PI. XLVIII, 5], and gay girdles are notable items of festival apparel in the time of ..."
2. Knowledge for the People, Or, The Plain why & Because: Familiarizing by John Timbs (1832)
"... with their bugle-hornes in silk baudrics, &c."—Aubrey. Wh.ii were armories common in ancient mansions? Because the lords or owners might promptly supply ..."