Noun(1) tall hat; worn by some British soldiers on ceremonial occasions
(1) A busby , on the other hand, is a smaller helmet made of short fur with a small bag on the side, usually worn by hussars.(2) You should really know your bearskin from your busby .(3) The towering black hat, or busby , dates back almost 200 years to the Battle of Waterloo and is a key part of the uniform of the five guards' regiments - the Coldstream, Grenadier, Irish, Scots and Welsh.(4) He became its regimental colonel, and even as a general often wore its uniform, with its death's-head badge on the busby .(5) I was slightly startled to find myself walking a few paces behind a Guardsman in full Number 1 dress uniform, busby standing proud, and polished brass spurs on his boots.(6) There was also a soldier's ceremonial busby cap.(7) A bandsman from the Coldstream Guards displays his busby .(8) From here you can walk to Amalienborg, the royal palace, the impressive buildings of which are patrolled by guards in busbies .(9) Americans are suckers for pageantry and the media was happy to show shots of him surveying a row of busbies or chatting with the Queen.
(1) busby :: Busby
1. shako ::
2. bearskin ::
Different Formsbusbies, busby
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