Third-person singular simple present indicative form of buckle | plural of buckle
How To Use Buckles In A Sentence?
They came off in his hand, and when he touched the buckles on the shoes they did the same.
Peeping out from below her gown, the buckles on her high-heeled shoes twinkled.
He wore knee-breeches of blue velvet with bands of silver braid and jewelled buckles at the knee.
What buckles the back is the added weight of the past's mistakes and the future's fears.
Then the Girl began to fumble through sudden tears at the buckles of her saddle.
She was now dressed in a filmy gown of emerald green, with shoes, stockings and buckles to match.
To satisfy my curiosity I unfastened the buckles to ascertain the calibre of the guns.
He wore a gay-flowered waistcoat, with knee breeches, and huge silver buckles on his shoes.
And his awful periwig I see, And the silver buckles of shoe and knee.
It was not enough to confess that I lied to him; I must strain the buckles at my knees.
It is wholly unnecessary when the buckles of the girths are removed from under the weight of the rider.
The double-stirrup leather and the riding exactly on the buckles of the girths, are great abominations.
White fine thread stockings were tied at the knee with crimson riband, and silver buckles were in his shoes.
The seventh page immediately brought from the royal store a pair of scarlet satin shoes with buckles of gold.
Her fingers are covered with rings, and she wears a gorgeous silver belt and silver buckles on her shoes.
Without more ado he unfastened the buckles of his breast-piece, and relieving himself of it, stepped back a pace.
This is generally done by means of a piece of stout cord, or by straps and buckles fastened round the pastern and above the fetlock.
During this time the pirates were rummaging the sloop, but found nothing but a ring and a pair of silver buckles not inserted in the list.
His knee-breeches were of the finest gray linen, with gray satin bows and silver buckles at the knee bands.
An imperturbable gravity possessed him from the prim black-satin cockade on his three-cornered hat to the silver buckles on his square-toed shoes.
This tardy success was manifested by steel buckles to his shoes, which were lined with horse-hair soles, and by a more frequent change of linen.
He had silver buckles to his shoes, and a tiny opal breast-pin on the lappet of his coat, where the white flower goes at weddings.
The scarlet of his coat was a little faded, perhaps, but the sheen of broad white belts and the glitter of buckles and side-arms made up for that.
When steel buckles and gilt buttons have had their day, Britannia teapots and brass bedsteads still hold their own.
The still, hot air became full of faint chinkings, as buckles were settled straight, scabbards thrown aside.
He got up dazed and sullen, but breaking into a good-natured laugh, shook his head and held forth the buckles to Dave.
Chattering and laughing thus in her excitement, she shortened up straps and adjusted buckles with as many jests as though dressing me for a masquerade.
Old Jason, who was with him, made no offer to assist with the various buckles and straps, but stood leaning in the barn-door chewing tobacco.
Short & Simple Example Sentence For Buckles | Buckles Sentence
To avoid riding on the buckles of the girths.
Molinera buckles the spurs, 15.
A pair of old-paste buckles set in silver.
The breast-piece buckles or ties on the near shoulder.
Shoes on the feet, buckles on the shoes, and heels.
Monsieur, you go a-courting without buckles on your shoes?
The expense and inconvenience of shoe buckles sent them out of fashion.
He would give away his school-books and the very buckles off his shoes.
He has silver buckles in his shoes, and silver buttons at his knees.
Bodices are still worn, and belts and buckles seem going out.
It sold not only hats for woman, but sword knots and shoe buckles for men.
Couldn't she have one pair of shiny slippers, just one, with buckles on them?
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