Scabbards In A Sentence

Definition of Scabbards

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scabbard | plural of scabbard

How To Use Scabbards In A Sentence?

  • I thought ten thousand swords must have leaped from their scabbards to avenge even a look that threatened her with insult.
  • Some were shouting, some running silently, with their elbows at their sides and their scabbards leaping against their calves.
  • A score of hearts swelled with righteous pride and as many scabbards rattled as heels clicked and hands went up in salute.
  • The dress of the dragoons was very smart, and the swords and steel scabbards they carried, very long and heavy.
  • Officers in shining corslets, or with boots and scabbards dulled with dust, arrived and clattered in through the gates.
  • A short distance behind rode two young soldiers, swords to their shoulders, scabbards clanking against their stirrups.
  • The still, hot air became full of faint chinkings, as buckles were settled straight, scabbards thrown aside.
  • Behind, on came the hussars, their officers shouting orders in German, their scabbards clanking and horses neighing.
  • A whole company of cavalry closed up with him at length, and the sabres clattered in their scabbards as they galloped toward camp at the top of their speed.
  • The smile died from her lips, and a sort of panic took possession of her as the sunshine caught the sheen of their scabbards and lighted into glowing color the scarlet of their uniforms.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Scabbards | Scabbards Sentence

  • And our scabbards will show bright beneath them.
  • How the scabbards rang!-- Clang! clang!

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