Definition of 'balaclava'
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The ban also applies to balaclavas and crash helmets. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Some jockeys wear balaclavas under their helmets and all wear plastic face masks. Times, Sunday Times (2006)At best it is as offensive as a balaclava helmet. The Sun (2009)Witnesses said that those inside were wearing balaclavas. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They must also show zero tolerance of all those wearing balaclavas or attempting to conceal their identity. Times, Sunday Times (2011)These poor builders have been forced to wear balaclavas to work. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The footage showed the officer wearing a helmet and balaclava and appeared to show that his shoulder identification numbers were obscured. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In Ireland he was seen to don a balaclava and urge demonstrators to push through police lines. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She kept a low profile by covering as much of her face as possible beneath her balaclava and helmet, right. The Sun (2012)The mum said yesterday: 'Two men came in wearing balaclavas. The Sun (2014)He was thwarted by police in balaclava helmets, who began surrounding his flat at 3am that day. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The organisation, who wear balaclavas to hide their identities, claim they are cleansing the city of drug dealers. The Sun (2012)And when the Russians fancy another segment, do they just walk into it wearing balaclavas and pretend to hold a referendum? Times, Sunday Times (2014)If I was to walk into a shopping centre wearing a balaclava or helmet, security would ask me to remove it. The Sun (2010)WOULD I be allowed to wear a balaclava in a bank? The Sun (2009)
It's what Dan Stott paid for that big oil portrait of Balaclava 's Belinda and her nineteen piglets. SOMETHING IN THE WATERThe name is Bevan - Agnes Bevan - an old lady who was living with her daughter at 14 Balaclava Street. GOODBYE CURATEInkerman and Balaclava were also commemorated in the terraced cottages of the town. GOODBYE CURATE
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Used Rarely. Balaclava is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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