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buckler

buckler
An ornament used in the decoration of friezes; sometimes circular or lozenge-shaped.
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Thus speaking, he opened another hutch, and took out from it a couple of broadswords and bucklers, such as were used by the yeomanry of the period.
As he sat him down, the cloak fell apart disclosing a sword and buckler as stout as Robin's own.
The arm of the giant lifted up his prey, which served him as a buckler, and he recovered himself without a shot being fired at him.