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  • n. Alternative spelling of charret.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A chariot.


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  • Prapte tu Shodhashe varshe, Putram mitram, Vada charet (Once a child is 16 years, treat him / her as a friend)

  • The maner of fight with these charets was such, that in the beginning of a battell they would ride about the sides and skirts of the enimies host, and bestow their darts as they sate in those charets, so that oftentimes with the braieng of the horsses, and craking noise of the charet whéeles they disordered their enimies, and after that they had woond themselues in amongst the troops of horssemen, they would leape out of the charets and fight on foot.

    Chronicles (1 of 6): The Historie of England (3 of 8)

  • And those charetmen by exercise and custome were so cunning in their feat, that although their horsses were put to run and gallop, yet could they stay them and hold them backe at their pleasures, and turne and wind them to and fro in a moment, notwithstanding that the place were verie stéepe and dangerous: and againe they would run vp and downe verie nimblie vpon the cops, and stand vpon the beame, and conuey themselues quicklie againe into the charet.

    Chronicles (1 of 6): The Historie of England (3 of 8)


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