noun, plural cein·tures [san-too rz, -tyoo rz, san-cherz; French san-tyr] /sænˈtʊərz, -ˈtyʊərz, ˈsæn tʃərz; French sɛ̃ˈtür/.
Origin of ceinture
Examples from the Web for ceinture
Historical Examples of ceinture
In fig. 208 is shown a placque for a ceinture or belt, with a buckle to receive the thong.
The ceinture was also composed of brilliants, emeralds and sapphires.
He fidgeted with the tassel of his ceinture, and she watched his moving fingers.Hilda
Sarah Jeanette Duncan
Fig. 38 represents portions of a bronze plaque from that country, used on a ceinture or belt.
Such a ceinture was worth fighting for, whilst his pocket-book contained ample funds for all immediate necessities.The Albert Gate Mystery