girth[ gurth ]SEE DEFINITION OF girth
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GIRTH
Let me but get my girth tightened and we may soon be out of danger's way.'
It was a tree that might have had some twelve feet of girth.
The saddle was black with long skirts, an' it had only one girth.
He had the girth of an earth in him and had to do something with it.
Those he measured were only twenty-one feet long, and two feet in girth.
It equals the big man with the little; it fills me to the giant's girth and inches.
A boy of his age and girth could not carry much, I should say.
The girth should be made broad, of a soft and elastic material.
"Getting fat," he grunted, as he noticed the increasing heaviness at his girth.
Then the soldier said: "Come and cut my horse a girth, or I will cut your head off!"