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  • n. Plural form of panache.


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  • Another corps of royal plumassiers supplied the white-feathered panaches that became emblems of the new Bourbon dynasty.10

    Champlain's Dream

  • Miners with scarlet panaches of flame in their flat caps were thronging the way.

    The Eternal Feminine

  • The _caña_ had light violet-coloured _panaches_, which were much used by the Indians in the manufacture of their arrows.

    Across Unknown South America

  • _'Ou fait la guerre avec de la musique, des panaches, des drapeaux, des harnais d'or, un deploiement de ceremonie. '


  • With him came a gallant train, well armed and mounted and decorated with rich surcoats and panaches of feathers.

    Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada


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