Origin of pannier
OTHER WORDS FROM pannierpanniered, adjectiveun·pan·niered, adjective
Words nearby pannier
How to use pannier in a sentence
Watering and feeding were followed by saddling and attaching the panniers, a process we soon realized created more than a physical attachment.
When we arrived in Montana, we spent a night packing up the panniers that Dueñas had provided before our trek, evenly distributing the weight.
Fitted with panniers and racks, e-bikes let kids pedal themselves to lacrosse practice or violin lessons.
Bike Denali is a one-stop shop that rents mountain-bike kits, complete with high-visibility panniers, bear spray, helmets, and more.
I used a two-person tent and easily filled it with myself and my panniers, which I emptied and reorganized nightly.How to take an overnight trip with your two-wheeled vehicle|Melanie D.G. Kaplan|March 26, 2021|Washington Post
Then presently she saw Freyo with a heavy pannier strapped upon his back; but not one bit of oak or walnut wood had he.The Green Forest Fairy Book|Loretta Ellen Brady
The children gathered round her large pannier as it opened, but they did not touch any of her things.The Blue Jar Story Book|Maria Edgeworth
That of Pyralis tuberculana constructs a pannier-shaped one of the parenchyma of the leaves of plants.An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. III (of 4)|William Kirby
Then she laid the child in the pannier with a soft cushion under, and a silk cloth over her, so that she lay there happily.The Water of the Wondrous Isles|William Morris
A Shegedef is a kind of long pannier in which the richer pilgrims lie or sit one on each side of a camel.Mogreb-el-Acksa|R. B. Cunninghame Graham
British Dictionary definitions for pannier
- a hooped framework to distend a woman's skirt
- one of two puffed-out loops of material worn drawn back onto the hips to reveal the underskirt