- From Balmoral Castle, in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. (Wiktionary)
“(Tip of the balmoral to Elizabeth Murphy via CTNGreg) posted by John at 7: 47 PM”
“This cant be mistaken for the Civilian version which is called a Balmoral and is manufactured in black or blue cloth, Officers & Senior NCOS also use a privately purchased military version of the balmoral cap for everyday use.”
“[A tip of the balmoral to The Western Confucian.] posted by John at 4: 33 PM”
“Several people told me how great I looked yesterday - I wore my balmoral (the scottish version of a beret), my cream-coloured lace-up shirt with gathered sleeves and thistle buttons, my green/blue plaid kilt skirt, sporran, belt, cream hose, and black shoes.”
“Honey, dem old balmoral petticoats was some sight, but dey was sho warm as hell.”
“This officer, with a balmoral as a head-dress and armed with a rifle and bayonet, escaped in the dark by his resemblance to a Turk and by his bayoneting one of the enemy.”
“Wore brass toed shoes and balmoral stockin's in my gal time.”
“Wintertime, I wore a balmoral petticoat, osnaburg drawers, and er-r-r.”
“For underwear, we wore balmoral petticoats and osnaburg drawers.”
“In a trice she had whipped off her scarlet balmoral, the balmoral she hated so, and had attached to it one end of the hundred feet of rope she had brought from the house.”
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