Mr. Thatcher rapped his gaiter and looked before him into the fire.
He is nothing but a Russian corporal, occupied with a boot-heel and a gaiter button.
It is not difficult to do, however, if a cord has been attached to the strap of the gaiter and tied to the leg above the calf.
Miss Adams stood tapping the toe of her gaiter with her riding whip.
They crept and crept, the hem of her petticoat just touching his gaiter, and his elbow sometimes brushing hers.
Her gaiter boots were saturated with wet, and soiled with reddish clay.
The cord should be slack, and that will admit of the gaiter coming off.
The gaiter secured, we prepared to lift the sufferer from his seat, and he on his part made a feeble effort to rise.
Five decades hardly modified the cut of a gaiter, the embroidery of a smock-frock, by the breadth of a hair.
Dennis had the gaiter undone in a moment, and Bob writhed as his brother felt the injured limb.
"leather cover for the ankle," 1775, perhaps from French guêtre "belonging to peasant attire," from Middle French *guestre, probably from Frankish *wrist "instep," from Proto-Germanic *wirstiz (cf. German Rist "instep;" see wrist). Related: Gaiters.