from The Century Dictionary.

  • In heraldry: Gorged; collared: applied to animals with collars, etc., about their necks. Touching by their corners, as lozenges or fusils on a shield. Placed side by side, as two shields. Surrounded by the collar of an order, as the shield of a knight of that order. Also spelled acollé.


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