Also they should be capped, welted, split or serrated, and waterproofed.
Mr. Murphy then welted Lyons over the head with the judicial scales.
Besides, they welted both my brothers within an inch of their lives.'
Let you walk on now with your worn feet, and your welted knees, and your fasting, holy ways a thin pitiful arm.
Some welted, or hemmed the gloves round at the edge of the wrist; these were called "welters."
Dacier welted at the station, a good figure of a sentinel over his luggage and a spy for one among the inpouring passengers.
A hundred times he had been in battle; he was welted and scarred like a shoe-maker's apron.
A pair of hose, the breeches of purple cloth of silver, welted with purple tinsel and gold.
Sometimes it seemed to Mary Gowd that her brain was seared and welted by the pistol-shot reports of those eternal whips.
Several sherds of foot rims, varying in diameter, were found, including one with a folded or “welted” edge.