Definition of "targe" [targe]

  • Archaic A light shield or buckler. (noun)

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Use "targe" in a sentence
  • "The targe was his warant, [5] that none till him threw."
  • "Conservative and Labour media strategists, however, say their digital efforts so far have been targe ted and effective."
  • "This gun will cycle everything from 1 oz. targe loads up to 1 7/8 oz. 3 1/2 magnum steel shot."