To travel or move fast: As for Godfrey's belting around in Air Force planes (1890s+)
I did not dare to keep the gun we had, but retained the revolvers in a belt around my waist.
He had kept his pistols dry and he rebuckled his belt around his waist.
The strange being had no gun, but a knife and tomahawk protruded from the belt around his waist.
He was wearin a gray suit with a belt around the middle an canvas leggins.
Those who cannot hitch the belt around themselves, are hissed, are pointed at with derision, and must pay a fine.
Fred had a belt around his waist filled with gold pieces, as well as a pocket full of change.
The chains worn by a prisoner were attached at one end to bands enclosing his ankles and at the other to a belt around his waist.
Powder-flask and pouch of tasty patterns; belt around the waist, with hunting-knife and pistols—revolvers.
A woman came up to him, and I saw him place the belt around the woman.
A belt around his waist contained about fifteen hundred dollars in bills and a small quantity of gold-dust.