It took very little time to round them up, cut a cross in the hair on their backs and place a brassard round their ears.
The soldier from whom his brassard was taken was considered dead.
So popular was the last-named corps that many fictitious members were soon arrested for bearing its brassard.
I declare I hardly dare go into the shops with the Red Cross brassard on my arm.
He wore the Red Cross brassard on the sleeve of his cassock and he carried the Host in a little bag of purple silk.
Hazard alone discovered the brassard (armlet) plot, and the fidelity of Dombrowski disclosed that of Vaysset.
One brassard, who lived up the Murray River, seems to have been a frequent offender.
As his left side was turned toward them, the enemy could perfectly see his brassard.