I have half a mind to go back for the little maiden's gauntlet.'
And so, reluctantly, they led him down the gauntlet of widened eyes.
I flung my gauntlet of buffalo-hide at his feet in gage of battle.
But—he had watched Lestrange all day; he did not lift the gauntlet.
Dicksie smoothed her gauntlet in the assured manner natural to her.
He drew on his gauntlet as he spoke, and turned his horse's head.
T is going to be like running the gauntlet, to run that town, and we're most there.
The Army of the Valley had run the gauntlet, and in doing so had pushed the walls apart.
Most of them tried to run the gauntlet; few, however, got through.
It is the casting of the die, Jane; it is the flinging down of the gauntlet.