Cui`ras*sier"(kw?`r?s-s?r"), n. [F. cuirassier. See Curass.] (Mil.) A soldier armed with a cuirass; especially, a soldier of the heaviest cavalry, wearing a cuirass only when in full dress. Milton.
[1913 Webster Webster 1913 Suppl.]
Cuir" bou`illi"(?). [F.] In decorative art, boiled leather, fitted by the process to receive impressed patterns, like those produced by chasing metal, and to retain the impression permanently.
[Webster 1913 Suppl.]
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