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Brigandine

noun
(Written also brigantine)
1.
A medieval coat of chain mail consisting of metal rings sewn onto leather or cloth.






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"Brigandine" Quotes from Famous Books



... longer count myself the Fool of the Court of Cesena, I was free to strip the motley and assume the more sober garments in which I had been taken, and which—as you may recall—had been placed in my chamber on the previous evening. It was the very plainest raiment. For doublet I wore a buff brigandine, quilted and dagger-proof, and caught at the waist by a girdle of hammered steel; my wine-coloured hose was stout and serviceable, as were my long boots of untanned leather. Yet prouder was I of this sober apparel than ever ...
— The Shame of Motley • Raphael Sabatini



Words linked to "Brigandine" :   chain mail, chain armour, ring armor, mail, ring mail, ring armour, chain armor



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