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  • n. Plural form of breastband.


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  • The animals threw their weights against their breastbands on the instant, crouching low to the snow, and digging in their claws.

    Chapter III

  • They replied with neck-bristling and snarling, and with quick lunges against their breastbands.

    Morganson's Finish

  • They threw themselves against the breastbands, dug their feet into the packed snow, got down low to it, and put forth all their strength.

    Chapter 5

  • The dogs sprang against the breastbands, strained hard for a few moments, then relaxed.

    Chapter 5

  • "Because of the Mark they bore no weapons but the short hunting-bow and wolfskin quivers, with the tails hanging down, and painted breastbands.

    The Trail Book


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