breechcloths

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of breechcloth.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The men were dressed in breechcloths, some with light capes over their shoulders; bark rain hats dangled down their backs.

    Fire The Sky

  • The men were dressed in breechcloths, some with light capes over their shoulders; bark rain hats dangled down their backs.

    Fire The Sky

  • Their breechcloths were spun from gold and fitted tightly around their upper thighs.

    Their Dogs Came With Them

  • The pyramid was only half as high, its leveled summit crowded with hundreds of dark men in breechcloths hoisting blocks with a primitive scaffolding.

    SERPENT

  • The pyramid was only half as high, its leveled summit crowded with hundreds of dark men in breechcloths hoisting blocks with a primitive scaffolding.

    SERPENT

  • Bits of colored shells and sea urchin spines dangled from their ears and necks and at the belts of their ghomaskin breechcloths.

    Song of Time

  • Bits of colored shells and sea urchin spines dangled from their ears and necks and at the belts of their ghomaskin breechcloths.

    Song of Time

  • Sometimes in the middle of a battle the Chihenne would taunt the scouts, inviting them mockingly to come to dinner or waving their breechcloths in insult.

    Once They Moved Like the Wind

  • Sometimes in the middle of a battle the Chihenne would taunt the scouts, inviting them mockingly to come to dinner or waving their breechcloths in insult.

    Once They Moved Like the Wind

  • Without the breechcloths, or with one of plainer stuff, one of these warriors would blend into the landscape so well that he could creep right up to the boundary of the camp without being seen.

    If I Pay Thee Not In Gold

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