He, Hawberk, had negotiated for and secured the greave, and now the suit was complete.
Did you continue the search so persistently without any certainty of the greave being still in existence?
One of them must have gnawed on my ankle some, between the greave and the heel-plate, but he couldn't quite get through.
A greave was worn on the right leg, and the helmet was of bronze with a crest of three feathers.
Suddenly alarmed and mystified beyond words, he shuffled forward over the snow, the greave yet clutched in a fur gloved hand.
Damned if it doesn't look like a greave the old Greek warriors used to wear to protect their shins.
She holds a greave in her left hand, with which she was probably decking a trophy.
The legionaries began putting on their armour, fastened the greave protecting the right leg, and took up bucklers and lances.
And when he came he cast his spear, striking the leg below the knee, but the greave turned off the spear, so strong was it.
He must surely be a bit of a bigot, who would hastily pronounce that even greave's Spiritual Quixotte is an irreligious work.
leg armor, c.1300, from Old French greve "shin, armor for the leg" (12c.), of unknown origin. [Klein suggests it ultimately is from Egyptian Arabic gaurab "stocking, apparel for the leg."]