Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Wondrous Words Wednesday

Wondrous Words Wednesday

1. Broadsword- is a basket-hilted sword or an early modern military sword.

2. Sorrel- is an alternative word for one of the most common equine coat colors of horses.

3. Mouse holing- was the first application of urban warfare tactics. It has evolved to the use of breach explosive charges to enter buildings.

3 comments:

  1. Hi Mary Ann,

    I know of Sorrel and Broadsword, however Mouse Holing is new to me.

    You seem to have a collection of loosly related military words this week, so I am intrigued as to what book you are currently reading.

    Thanks for sharing,

    Yvonne


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  2. I knew sorrel referred to horses but I thought it was a type of horse. The other 2 words are new to me.

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  3. Yvonne- These words are from The Cats Of Savone by David-Michael Harding, It includes 5 short stories.

    Bermudaonion- I guess it might have two meanings referring to horses.

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