Synonyms for pannier
Antonyms for pannier
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PANNIER
At least, matters are no worse than when you were in the pannier.
At any moment her presence in that pannier might be betrayed.
And to the men upon the waist-deck he shouted, "Open me that pannier."
Chemerant was in the room of the Gascon when the pannier was brought in.
I fear my beautiful specimens are spoiled in the pannier here.
Here we spread the viands which had been brought in a pannier on the back of one of the mules.
In the pannier she had been shaken about more than in a cockboat in a chopping sea.
Take your rods and pannier, and go for a couple of hours' fishing.
Kneel on the mare's head, reach under the pannier, find the latego, and cast off.
Let's build a big fire, and sit down on the pannier canvases.
late 13c., "large basket for provisions," from Old French panier "basket," from Latin panarium "bread basket," from panis "bread" (see food).