(in India and Pakistan) an arrangement
I don’t know quite to what extent you would expect——’ Here Lady bandobust paused, as if waiting for data on which to proceed.
An American Girl in London Sara Jeannette Duncan
Brigadiers, of course, do not starve; they would not, even if they possessed no bandobust of their own.
On the Heels of De Wet The Intelligence Officer
bandobust, lit., a tying or binding; any system or mode of regulation discipline; arrangements.
The Story of the Guides G. J. Younghusband
Bandung. Historical Examples When they are completed Bandoeng will be one of the finest, if not the finest colonial capital in the world. Where the Strange Trails Go Down E. Alexander Powell
a broad belt worn over the shoulder by soldiers and having a number of small loops or pockets, for holding a cartridge or cartridges. Historical Examples At ten o’clock by his watch he fell-in his four Houssas, serving out to each a short carbine and a bandoleer. Sanders of the River Edgar Wallace As for […]
a broad belt worn over the shoulder by soldiers and having a number of small loops or pockets, for holding a cartridge or cartridges. Historical Examples The Sikhs, emerging from their tents with bandolier and rifle, in extraordinary costumes, were directed towards the loopholes. The Unveiling of Lhasa Edmund Candler Dey give me musket and […]
a mucilaginous preparation made from quince seeds and used for smoothing, glossing, or waving the hair. Historical Examples bandoline, ban′do-lin, n. a gummy substance used for stiffening the hair and keeping it in shape. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various bandoline is used by ladies and by hairdressers for stiffening the […]