belt[ belt ]SEE DEFINITION OF belt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BELT
The belt and the guns were tossed onto the bed, and Hal Dozier sat down.
I have a bag at my belt, camarade, and you have but to put your fist into it for what you want.
Brace your belt, Watkins, man, and swing your shoulders as a free companion should.
They, therefore, persuaded Sir Hyde to prefer the passage of the Belt.
The knife looked terrible; but it was sheathed and tucked into a belt.
He rapidly reloaded his rifle, and fastened the pistols at his belt.
He had all the passwords and carried two good pistols in his belt.
He put his belt with the pistols in it around his neck and stepped in boldly.
He had kept his pistols dry and he rebuckled his belt around his waist.
The burial-ground itself was surrounded and shut in with a belt of trees.