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manchette

[ mahn-shet ]
/ mɑnˈʃɛt /
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noun
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Origin of manchette

1825–35; <French: diminutive of manche; see -ette
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How to use manchette in a sentence

  • Each man carried by his left side a long manchette, or sword-knife, secured to his girdle.

    In New Granada|W.H.G. Kingston
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