Definitions for bracerˈbreɪ sər
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a stimulating drink, esp. one of liquor.
a person or thing that braces, binds, or makes firm.
Origin of bracer:
an archer's protective band worn on the wrist of the bow hand.
Origin of bracer:
1350–1400; ME < AF; OF braceure
a protective covering for the wrist or arm that is used in archery and fencing and other sports
a tonic or restorative (especially a drink of liquor)
That which braces, binds, or makes firm; a band or bandage.
A covering to protect the arm of the bowman from the vibration of the string.
Armor for the forearm; a brassart.
A medicine, as an astringent or a tonic, which gives tension or tone to any part of the body.
that which braces, binds, or makes firm; a band or bandage
a covering to protect the arm of the bowman from the vibration of the string; also, a brassart
a medicine, as an astringent or a tonic, which gives tension or tone to any part of the body
A bracer is a strap or sheath, commonly made of leather, stone, or plastic that covers the inside of an archer's arm to protect it while shooting. Bracers protect the inside of the archer's forearm against injury by the string of the bow or the fletching of the arrow. They also prevent loose clothing from catching the bow string. They normally cover part of the forearm only, but chest-guards are sometimes worn, usually by female archers, and other areas have at times been protected. With some combinations of non-baggy clothing and bows with a larger distance between the bow and the string, the archer may not need to wear any bracer.
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