- n. Plural form of epaulette.
“Upon this self-evident principle, our Aesculapius with the epaulettes was the first man drunk in the ship.”
“There were also various other rewards of military merit established, such as epaulettes of beaten silver, daggers with silver hilts, and ensigns decorated with fine needle-work.”
“Re collar numbers - is it not that he is a Sgt on a PSU therefore he wears white sliders over his epaulettes?”
“In fact there was more hysteria yesterday when a PC (a medic) was spotted not wearing any ID epaulettes.”
“Turkish officer epaulettes 1912, Balkan war, very rare!”
“Rich people wave at us, or at least smile if smiled at, from under the canopies of their rain-dappled gin-palaces, their causeways perfectly guarded by muscled men in fake epaulettes.”
“Pink accents his collar and epaulettes as well as his matching chaussembles and the dagged sleeves of his pourpoint.”
“Windisch strikes the two small, despondent faces above the epaulettes dead.”
“Then Windisch's face is small and dejected above the epaulettes.”
“He felt comfortable among such men, and was too ready to trust those in epaulettes.”
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