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
The ceinture was also composed of brilliants, emeralds and sapphires.Gossip in the First Decade of Victoria's Reign|John Ashton
Nine railways entered the city, and the “Ceinture” or girdle railway, which was to bind the various gares, was already conceived.Dumas' Paris|Francis Miltoun
Fig. 38 represents portions of a bronze plaque from that country, used on a ceinture or belt.The Swastika|Thomas Wilson
A ceinture panne, couleur de feuille d'automne touched with gold broderie.My Little Sister|Elizabeth Robins
He fidgeted with the tassel of his ceinture, and she watched his moving fingers.Hilda|Sarah Jeanette Duncan