I was forced to get behind a corner of that buckler with which you have so often turned my own thrusts.
I paused to twist my cloak about my left arm intending to use it as a buckler.
It had stood as a barrier between them, her buckler, her sole defence against him.
This vote is the excuse of cowards, this vote is the buckler of dishonoured consciences.
It followeth, “And in all things take the shield or buckler of faith.”
He had thrown away his buckler, and was ready for the hemlock.
An ancient shield or buckler, formed of scales sewed on skins.
That is their shield and buckler, their defence against the attacks of the profligate.
But these are nought; in mine own honesty are my spear and buckler.
And he swung his buckler forward and stretched his right hand to the sword.