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  • noun Plural form of chevronel.


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  • On the other side of that cleared area, which to Firekeeper's eyes looked no different from any other patch of cleared ground, neither scarlet and white nor green and yellow could be seen, but only the triple chevronels of Stonehold — red, purple, and blue on a field of white.

    Through Wolfs Eyes

  • Here was where Rolfston Redbriar fought and here was where he died, slain by a practiced sword slash from a grim-faced woman with a dogwood blossom painted above the triple chevronels on her shield.

    Through Wolfs Eyes

  • The arms of the Wise family are: Sa; three chevronels, ermine.

    Virginia and Virginians

  • Many a red chevron or chevronel, with other devices, charged upon a golden field, or a gold chevron on a red field, is a sign of feudal alliance with the great house of DE CLARE, whose Shield was -- _Or, three chevronels gu.

    The Handbook to English Heraldry

  • Above and below this feature are white chevronels to symbolise peaks and mountains, reflecting the family's love of the Lake District and skiing.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Shield, the Arms of L’ERCEDECKNE (now Archdeacon) are -- _Arg., three chevronels sa.

    The Handbook to English Heraldry


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