Each bore his rifle, and all the other accouterments of war, though the paint was uniformly peaceful.
He arranged his own bed in this second room, where the saddles and other accouterments were piled.
By the jingle of accouterments I knew they were the wardens of the prairie, and half expected what was to follow.
He has been cleaning his sword and accouterments, this morning.
The regulars retire with accouterments on, and their arms by their sides.
He sees that their accouterments do not glisten or rattle when they move.
She glanced up St. Anne's street, she passed the barrack, where some soldiers sat in the sunshine cleaning up their accouterments.
He dropped it as if it had burned him, and hustled off his accouterments, and threw them on the ground.
In the evening—for he worked only until seven—he had his other preparations: polishing his sword, cleaning his accouterments.
After the second he turned his attention to his arms and accouterments.