type of belt with shoulder strap, 1915, from Sir Samuel James Browne (1824-1901), British general who invented it.
Spare kit including sam browne belts was packed and consigned to the Depot.
They had grey uniforms and grey caps on and sam browne belts.
I recognised, by the look of his sam browne belt, that he was an old boy, that he had been there before.
They had been vaguely aware of a tired-looking figure in a sam browne as they left the canteen.
Round the corner, however, stood a new officer who looked smart and fresh, with brightly polished buttons and sam browne belt.
Officers, some only recognizable by the sam browne belt, others spruce and point-device, passed by.
The service uniform blouse is sometimes worn with a sam browne belt.
No, he's for war only, and there's only one question in war: Do you or do you not need a sam browne belt in the trenches?
He tucked his thumbs into the girth harnessings of his sam browne and spraddled his legs wide apart.
Then he buckled on a sam browne with its tablet holster and stylus gas projector.