[ US /ˌbɑɫɑˈkɫɑvɑ/ ]
[ UK /bˌælɐklˈɑːvɐ/ ]
  1. a cap that is close-fitting and woolen and covers all of the head but the face
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How To Use balaclava In A Sentence

  • Baader-Meinhof: also known as Red Army Faction (RAF); operations are primarily ün the Federal Republic of Germany. balaclava: a knitted hood commonly used by CT operators to conceal facial features. Rogue Warrior
  • A third man stood there; black tracksuit without insignia, balaclava mask covering the head.
  • I would go to sleep in my sweatsuit, wool socks, and even a balaclava.
  • Miguel's first instinct was to retrieve the balaclava, quickly pulling it back over his head. THE DEVIL'S DOOR
  • The mum said yesterday: 'Two men came in wearing balaclavas. The Sun
  • A landlord who was tied up and threatened at knifepoint while balaclava-clad raiders ransacked his Brentwood pub has told of his horrific ordeal.
  • Gardaí said the assailants wore balaclavas and motorcycle helmets and made their getaway on a black motorcycle.
  • The Fellhotel Iso-Syote supplies all the necessary snow gear, from one-piece snow suits to thermal gloves and balaclavas.
  • She had just walked out of a beauty salon when she was attacked by six men wearing balaclavas and dark clothing.
  • It's what Dan Stott paid for that big oil portrait of Balaclava 's Belinda and her nineteen piglets. SOMETHING IN THE WATER
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