girdle

[ gur-dl ]SEE DEFINITION OF girdle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GIRDLE

That bag at his girdle is full of the teeth that he drew at Winchester fair.

He took it from his girdle warped by the wet and the warmth of his body.

He loosened his girdle, and struck the tree with it three times.

When you get there you must loosen your girdle and strike the tree with it three times in succession.

Then she lifted the cross that hung from her girdle, and held it out to the sister.

She leaned forward, pointing to the empty sheath at his girdle.

Her camorra, too, was open, and in her girdle there were gems for all to see.

The villages in which they encamped belonged to Parysatis, as part of her girdle money .

Something she had drawn from her girdle shone palely in her hand.

She stood beside the horse with one hand resting on her girdle.

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