Yea, though every knight in the realm essayed to unfasten that cincture, it would not yield, except to one alone.
These women had a cincture of cotton about their loins, but were otherwise nude.
Furthermore, his dalmatic and his cincture were considered powerful to assuage the sufferings of pregnant women.
Then she applied the antiseptic dressing, and bound the lint tightly down with a cincture about the animal.
A cincture, or broad sash, sometimes confines the cassock at the waist.
Yet there is no other cincture which will so beautifully express the grace of a lithe young figure.
Durtal looked at the Trappist as he walked majestic and quiet, his head buried in his hood, his hands passed under his cincture.
Round the waist they wore a broad zone or cincture, flounced on both edges, and embroidered and jewelled in the centre.
Each of us were drawn by him, she with the cincture of Venus, and I with the crescent of Dian.
He is wearing the academical costume of a master, cincture and biretta, gown and hood of minever.