Origin of baldric
OTHER WORDS FROM baldricbaldricked, adjective
How to use baldric in a sentence
It pierced through steel and silk and gold embroidered baldrick; the very feathers that winged it were draggled red in blood.
In raising her father's remains she found under them a baldrick in which his sword had hung, embroidered by her own hands.
If the baldrick hung with bells was worn out in parts, he cut those pieces away and turned the baldrick into a belt.
He has a sheaf of peacock arrows in his belt; across his shoulder is a green baldrick to carry a horn.
And I love his father—the old man gave me this baldrick and this horn, which I warrant cost many a kreutzer.Anne of Geierstein, Volume I (of 2)|Sir Walter Scott