Thesaurus / putties
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He had on a tall blue turban, dark blue tunic with leathern belt, loose knickerbockers, and putties.

India and the IndiansEdward F. Elwin

At a signal they started to collect driftwood and build it into rafts, tying the logs together with their puggris and putties.

The putties were immaculately entwined around his legs—in short the tout ensemble was decidedly smart and soldier-like.

As we were not supposed to remove even our putties except for bathing, or washing clothes, the pool was soon working overtime.

By the time the sun was up they were fed by their sister battalion, the 2nd, and had begun to unwind their putties.

Story of the War in South AfricaCaptain A. T. Mahan, U.S.N.

Nobody took any clothes off, with the exception of boots and putties.

That wound he at once bound up with one of his putties, but for two hours was unable to stir from the place where he fell.

I dare say he could get whatever you want, and I should advise you to buy a suit of khaki and a pair of putties.

Lisle took off his tunic, putties, and boots; and the Sikh also stripped himself to his loincloth, in which he placed his bayonet.

Some wore shabby khaki jackets and trousers, others flannel shirts and long boots or putties.

South African MemoriesLady Sarah Wilson