Origin of hackbut
OTHER WORDS FROM hackbuthack·but·eer [hak-buh-teer], /ˌhæk bəˈtɪər/, noun
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How to use hackbut in a sentence
Anthony Hackbut, of Boyne's Bank, had been giving himself up latterly to this fatal comparison.
But the courageous Laird gave it over without shot of hackbut, and for his reward was caused to march upon foot to London.
A kitchen jack leaned against a pyx, a republican sabre on a mediaeval hackbut.The Magic Skin|Honore de Balzac
Better known is the band of 2000 hackbut-men which the Earl of Lincoln brought to Stoke in 1487.The Art of War in the Middle Ages A.D. 378-1515|C. W. C. Oman
She belongs to old Hackbut of the Bank—the old porter, you know.