a North American prehistoric stone implement in the form of a double-edged ax with a notch or hole, possibly for attaching a handle.
History/Historical. a knight who could bring a company of followers into the field under his own banner. a rank of knighthood; knight banneret. a small banner. Historical Examples The banneret and the baron were therefore soldiers of equal authority. The History of Chivalry, Volume I (of 2) Charles Mills “We owe them the less for […]
a small banner. Historical Examples The old man flourished the flat kid like a bannerette, whilst he arranged the fire. Sea and Sardinia D. H. Lawrence noun a small banner noun (in the Middle Ages) Also called knight banneret. a knight who was entitled to command other knights and men-at-arms under his own banner a […]
a city in S California, near Los Angeles. to prohibit, forbid, or bar; interdict: to ban nuclear weapons; The dictator banned all newspapers and books that criticized his regime. Archaic. to pronounce an ecclesiastical curse upon. to curse; execrate. the act of prohibiting by law; interdiction. informal denunciation or prohibition, as by public opinion: society’s […]
banister. Sir Roger (Gilbert) born 1929, English track and field athlete: first to run a mile in less than four minutes. a baluster. Sometimes, banisters. the balustrade of a staircase. Historical Examples He was Pharisaic ally thankful that he was not as that conglomerate group in the bannister box. The Trumpeter Swan Temple Bailey “The […]