Definition of Bricoles

1. bricole [n] - See also: bricole



Lexicographical Neighbors of Bricoles

brickor mortis
bricks
bricks and clicks
bricks and mortar
bricks up
brickshaped
brickwise
brickwork
brickworks
bricky
brickyard
brickyards
bricolage
bricolages
bricole
bricoles (current term)
bricoleur
bricoleurs
bridal
bridal-wreath
bridal gown
bridal registry
bridal salon
bridal shower
bridal showers
bridal wear
bridal wreath
bridally
bridals
bridalties

Literary usage of Bricoles

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A System of Exercise and Instruction of Field-artillery: Including Manœuvres by United States War Dept (1833)
"The remainder of the manoeuvre has already been explained in the former change of trunnion-plates. Manoeuvring with bricoles. The piece being on its limber, ..."

2. Instructions for Mountain Artillery by United States War Dept, United States, War Dept (1851)
"1 and 2 unhooking their bricoles with the hand nearest to the piece. 244. Without bricoles, the shafts attached. The instructor commands : 1. Forward. 2. ..."

3. Instruction for Field Artillery, Horse and Foot by United States War Dept, United States, War Dept (1845)
"bricoles or drag ropes are used when pieces are to be moved without horses, ... 10 and 11, with shortened bricoles, upon the hooks of Nos. 1 and 2, and Nos. ..."

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