ring mail

  1. (Middle Ages) flexible armor made of interlinked metal rings
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How To Use ring mail In A Sentence

  • Some knights were cited as wearing mail gloves under their plated gauntlets for added strength.
  • While there he claimed to have gained his closest access to the monarch, carrying food to her apartments, serving her gin and Dubonnet, and delivering mail to her room.
  • In order to meet them posties delivering mail by scooter have been forced to exceed legal speed limits, putting themselves and pedestrians at risk.
  • He stops delivering mail to help some haymakers and is then off to the pub.
  • I may even get better at answering mails straight away rather than letting them mount up until I drop into a blue funk about the backlog.
  • Mason noted that they wore helmets, visors, and overalls with micromesh ring mail stitched in, and that one of them stood guard with a pump-action shotgun. Asimov's Science Fiction
  • She did a roaring mail-order trade and stocked her products in ‘fine’ chemists.
  • They all wore some attempt at full armour, usually the odd vest of ring mail or skull cap.
  • After the service, Alexander retreats to an office in the back of the building, where he spends the next hour autographing pictures and answering mail from fans.
  • But for the Hyrkanian's powerful build and the protection of the camail of ring mail that hung down from his helmet, his neck might have been broken. Conan the Freebooter
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