from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Armor for the arm; vambrace.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See vambrace.
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Lonjumeau; a blue waistcoat turned up with red, and with bell buttons, a plaque like a vantbrace, knee-breeches of green leather, oaths to the
In the next course both failed to encounter, but in the sixth Quiñones encountered the German in the joint of his left vantbrace, and the iron passed half through without breaking, while the shaft broke in the middle, and the German failed to encounter.
Don thy vantbrace and helmet, and thy steel casque, and mask thy face.
His shield was pierced, his vantbrace cleft and split,
_ and his right vantbrace was torn off, but the lance was not broken.
a plaque like a vantbrace, knee-breeches of green leather, oaths to the