Thesaurus / cincture
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Yet there is no other cincture which will so beautifully express the grace of a lithe young figure.

He has not undressed, but has slept in his daily garb, with the cincture around his waist.

Each of us were drawn by him, she with the cincture of Venus, and I with the crescent of Dian.

Ormond, Volume III (of 3)Charles Brockden Brown

Yea, though every knight in the realm essayed to unfasten that cincture, it would not yield, except to one alone.

He stood unarmed, except for the knife and war-axe swinging from crimson-beaded sheaths at his cincture.

The Little Red FootRobert W. Chambers

He is wearing the academical costume of a master, cincture and biretta, gown and hood of minever.

The shore line drew a cincture of pines across the broad base, where it faded unreal into the mist.

He threw himself back in an arm-chair, tucking his hands into his cincture.

The CathedralJoris-Karl Huysmans

A cincture, or broad sash, sometimes confines the cassock at the waist.

The Worship of the ChurchJacob A. Regester

Furthermore, his dalmatic and his cincture were considered powerful to assuage the sufferings of pregnant women.

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