girdled[ gur-dl ]SEE DEFINITION OF girdled
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GIRDLED
Neither has he girdled her about with cloud nor stood stars upon her forehead.
The Baroness snatched a fan which girdled her, and tapped him with it reprovingly.
Even that morning four trees had been marked by the axe and girdled.
It is the bath of the girdled Earth, perfumed with balms and essences.
Each of these minarets was girdled, halfway up, by a narrow balcony.
A terrestrial nucleus, therefore, is girdled by the arctic sea.
For thou shalt be girdled about with flame and fire shall be thy garment.
The moraines of Girdled Glacier seem scarce to run anywhere.
In a moment I had it girdled, and snapped the nifty sort of buckle they had made for me.
I have surprised the Girdled Anthidium cohabiting with a Bembex-wasp.