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[suh-lahd, sal-uh d] /səˈlɑd, ˈsæl əd/
noun, Armor.
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  • More modest decoration was obtained by covering the salade with velvet and fixing ornaments over this of gilded iron or brass.

    Armour & Weapons Charles John Ffoulkes
  • The celada or salade was also worn in Spain about this time.

    Spanish Arms and Armour Albert F. Calvert
  • It's called 'salade de la Marquise de Chateaubriand'; but it won't hurt you.

    The House of the Misty Star Fannie Caldwell Macaulay
  • Sometimes the salade was painted, as we see in an example in the Tower.

    Armour & Weapons Charles John Ffoulkes
  • The oil for the salade was from the neighboring olive groves of Provene.

    Europe from a Motor Car Russell Richardson
  • Both of these were called by the French "salade," whence our English "sallad."

    A Complete Guide to Heraldry Arthur Charles Fox-Davies
  • I am convinced that a blow given with it on a head armed with a salade would stun a man.

  • The wearing of the bascinet, salade, burgonet, and like helmets needs no detailed description.

    Armour & Weapons Charles John Ffoulkes
  • salade de Princesses Liégeoises is a salad made with scarlet runners mixed with little pieces of fried bacon.

  • The Armet, or close helmet, followed the salade, and is mentioned by Oliver de la Marche as early as 1443.

    Armour & Weapons Charles John Ffoulkes
British Dictionary definitions for salade


another word for sallet
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