- n. alternative spelling of chain mail.
“Third, it's not that hard to splinter a shield or do damage under mail (you know that "chainmail" is a bit of a misnomer, right?).”
“They could cut through two pigs with the katana, but when pitted against a similar pig carcass in chainmail it did exactly jack crap.”
“It's a story about a chick in chainmail slicing her way through barbarian hordes.”
“The word chainmail is of relatively recent coinage, having been in use only since the 1700s; prior to this it was referred to simply as mail.”
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“But I could not build my own forge then, so I turned to chainmail, which is a "cold" metal craft.”
“There are other stitches, like garter stitch, which looks like rows of little interlocking arches -- or like cheap fake chainmail, which is often garter stitch, spray-painted silver.”
“Billyburg Templars with lama-wool "chainmail" and decorative greatswords in engraved scabbards?”
“As you've probably noticed, metal mesh (sometimes referred to as chainmail) can come across as tacky when adorning shoes or bags (you know, anything that's not really meant to be made of metal, save for the few fashionable exceptions, like this”
“If Blanchett can swing a long sword hard enough to crack a shield or crush bone under chainmail, I'll eat my hat.”
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Just what it sounds like.
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