cold-streamers

Coldstream Guards

noun (used with a plural verb)
a guard regiment of the English royal household: formed in Coldstream, Scotland, 1659–60, and instrumental in restoring the English monarchy under Charles II.
Also called Cold-streamers [kohld-stree-merz] .
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