bandoleer bandoleer


  • (n) a broad cartridge belt worn over the shoulder by soldiers


  1. Two Partisans appeared: a hard-faced, unshaven man with a red star sewn to his cap and a 16-year-old, lugging an Italian bandoleer and carbine.
  2. For Sean Connery it was an arrow, and a bandoleer.
  3. Hertzog carried a Bible and a bandoleer into the Boer War, bravely and cleverly fought the Britishas did Smuts.
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