Definition of Baudrics

1. baudric [n] - See also: baudric



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baudrics

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

Literary usage of Baudrics

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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 ..."

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