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- noun Part of a
horse's bridlethat runs from just under one ear, across the forehead, to just under the other ear, preventing the bridle from sliding down.
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Fringes to the soft leather bridle, and a tooled browband with tiny studs of gold.
The man on the silver horse turned to her and beneath the iron browband of his helm she met his green-gold eyes.
Gold tassels fringed the mare's browband and saddlecloth.
It was interesting, though, that although the warriors did not wear their armor here, they did retain their iron neckpieces and armbands, and sometimes added a browband as well.
We all dismounted, and each fastened a scalp to the browband of his bridle, and when the Captain saw us coming and saw that each had a scalp, he said: "Boys, let's give them three cheers."
We all dismounted, and each fastened a scalp to the browband of his bridle, and when the Captain saw us coming and saw that each had a scalp, he said:
Thirty-One Years on the Plains and in the Mountains, Or, the Last Voice from the Plains
One is brown leather with a green felt browband and snaffle bit (cavesson) (pony size)
One has a flash nose band and its browband has a metal (gold in colour) snaffle on it.
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