Definition of Carabins

1. carabin [n] - See also: carabin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carabins

carabin
carabine
carabined
carabineer
carabineers
carabiner
carabinero
carabineros
carabiners
carabines
carabinier
carabiniere
carabinieri
carabiniers
carabining
carabins (current term)
caraboid
caracal
caracals
caracara
caracaras
caracca
caraccas
carack
caracks
caracol
caracole
caracoled
caracoler
caracolers

Literary usage of Carabins

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1. The Wandering Jew (and Jewess)by R D Manning by R D Manning (2003)
"... violently overturning the litter, and the BEARER and the DYING MAN are trampled under foot. Death to the carabins! ..."

2. A History of Cavalry from the Earliest Times: With Lessons for the Future by George Taylor Denison (1913)
"They served with the carabins and the dragoons, and differed from them mainly from the fact that the carabins were foreigners, and the dragoons simply ..."

3. Episodes de la Guerre de Trente Ans by Vicomte Noailles, Amblard-Marie-Raymond-Amédée Noailles (1912)
"108 » A 4 aides de camp 1.200 » Aux mêmes, pour entretenir chacun 3 carabins 216 » A un ingénieur 200 » A un maréchal des logis . ..."

4. A Dictionary of English Etymology by Hensleigh Wedgwood (1872)
"Les carabins sont des arquebusiers à cheval qui vont devant les compagnies des gens de guerre comme pour reconnaître les ennemis et les escar- moucher. ..."

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