resembling or pertaining to tragic drama.
- un·bus·kined, adjective
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How to use buskined in a sentence
Below the knee his legs were naked, ending in a buskined moccasin, that fitted tightly round the ankle.The Scalp Hunters | Mayne Reid
Behind these men is a buskined hero, beset by a Marshalsea Court officer and his follower.The Works of William Hogarth: In a Series of Engravings | John Trusler
Cothurnata means buskined; from corthunus, a high shoe or buskin worn by actors.The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise | M. E. Hard