[ gawnt-lit, gahnt- ]SEE DEFINITION OF gauntleted
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


On their gauntleted hands they held hunting falcons as large as flies.

He paled, and half raised the gauntleted hand in which he carried his whip.

He stood beside the garden wall, his gauntleted hand on the gatepost.

He pointed with his gauntleted hand, turning as he did so in the saddle.

She waited, crumpling the tiny handkerchief in her gauntleted hand.

He pulled off his sombrero and took the gauntleted hand in both of his.

There was the enemy hard in front, mailed, vizored, gauntleted.

Nor did we wear long, gauntleted gloves and keep apart from the lepers.

Maddened by mortification and pain, he struck out with his gauntleted fist.

He held up his gauntleted hand as Father Ambrosius started to speak.