He was now in an adjutant's uniform with one epaulet and a shoulder knot.
It was not the hero I admired, but the reflection from his epaulet or helmet.
The judges, he of the black robe and those of the epaulet, communed together.
The distance was too great, the wind too strong; he only carried away an epaulet.
Haven't I my epaulet on my shoulder, to let everybody know I'm an officer?
I've got a commission,—you see, I've mounted my epaulet,—and the tailor is making my uniform.
Who, in fact, shall dispute an epaulet of Miss Pierrepoints?
Every epaulet that sparkled there graced the shoulder of a man who had won his grade by exposure, gallantry, and intellect.
"He shares my taste," said M. Chevalier, patting the stout man on his epaulet.
Once an epaulet showed behind a bush and then a breadth of tanned face which he was sure belonged to De Courcelles.