"I jest took up a garter," she said, with some apology in her tone.
Ten o'clock in the morning beheld them at the door of the Garter Inn at Harwich.
What could the Peerage, what could the Garter, what could a seat in the Cabinet do for me?
There was a great lath of a fellow who kept the "Star and Garter" public-house.
It looked the kind of thing a woman might carry in her garter.
I was told that one lady wore a $5,000 diamond in her garter.
There were only two knights of the Garter who appeared in the full dress of the order.
She turned around, and looked first at the garter and then at him.
“Flying the garter” is another of the Pickwickian boy games.
A Minister is not bound to bestow a Garter the day after it becomes vacant.