Crossword clues for balaclavas
n. (plural of balaclava English)
Usage examples of "balaclavas".
The same brutal quality, the same quick ferocity, the same unmerciful eyes looking out of the same balaclavas.
Natasha’s earnest ticket to fantasy seemed as irrelevant as dust: yet if I stayed alone in my room I should feel worse than I did already, and if I slept there would be visions of death in balaclavas… and hotel bedrooms were not in themselves fortresses.
They wore balaclavas, but I saw their dark un-Russian eyes very clearly.
The sheer animal fury swept into the room like an emotional volcano, and the half concealing balaclavas only seemed to intensify the horrendous impact.
I jumped off the sofa and laid into both of them with the chair with a fury fed by theirs, and Stephen picked up one of the vodka bottles and slammed it at one of the eye-slits of the balaclavas.
Muffled to the ears and with balaclavas and hoods pulled low over their foreheads, they were so swaddled in layers of jerseys, trousers and coats that they were barely able to waddle: given a couple of white fur coats they would have resembled nothing so much as a pair of polar bears, that had given up on their diet years ago.
When he was finished, Lieutenant Ulbricht was as immune to the weather as it was possible for anyone to be: two balaclavas and a tightly strung duffel hood made sure of that.
Handing the sextant to Jamieson, he quickly removed Ulbricht's duffel hood, balaclavas and goggles.
Though it would have helped their cover if they could have gotten Harvath and Alexandra into the Spetsnaz uniforms with their black balaclavas and pretend that Raisa was helping guide them around the ship, there was no time for that.
The men in balaclavas were a studentdarts team with the arrows and a small silver trophy toprove it.
Before his comrades could react, four night-clad figures, torsos bulky with unfamiliar gear, faces painted black and heads shrouded by balaclavas and the insect-glitter of night-vision goggles, materialized out of the shadows and opened fire.
They wore the SEALs' usual mix of headgear floppy boonie hats, woolen balaclavas, or a dark green scarf folded into a triangle and worn over the head like a bandana.
Such descriptions as they had been able to give of their assailants were necessarily brief and incomplete-balaclavas and coveralls, boots and gloves-it had been dark in the alley and McFarlane's torch had been smashed early in the struggle.
In addition to the rummage sales, every Tuesday afternoon her group knitted for the troops, in the drawing room—washcloths for the beginners, scarves for the intermediates, balaclavas and gloves for the experts.