Origin of gaiter
OTHER WORDS FROM gaitergai·ter·less, adjective
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How to use gaiter in a sentence
If you’re worried about snow getting into the shoe, you can invest in additional gaiters or waterproof hiking pants that tuck into your boots, creating a seal.Best snow boots: Trudge confidently through snowfall|PopSci Commerce Team|February 17, 2021|Popular-Science
Each step required him to pull his body up nearly clear of soft waist-deep snow before the next step plunged him back in, sending snow cascading into his boots past his flimsy gaiters.How One Man Survived a Plane Crash and 5 Days in the Snowy Canadian Wilderness—and Went On to Help Shape the Modern Ski Industry|Cassidy Randall|December 27, 2020|Time
So folks got creative, sewing their own masks out of fabric they had lying around, or using a gaiter or bandana.Cloth face masks will soon have certification labels|Alexandra Ossola|October 28, 2020|Quartz
Most recently, a small study out of Duke found that respiratory emissions actually seemed to increase when the test subject was wearing a gaiter.
If you’re looking at pure surface area, the biggest face covering you can find is a neck gaiter.
They crept and crept, the hem of her petticoat just touching his gaiter, and his elbow sometimes brushing hers.Tess of the d'Urbervilles|Thomas Hardy
He could stand in front of a battalion, and with a single sweep tell you if a buckle or a gaiter button were out of place.The Exploits Of Brigadier Gerard|Arthur Conan Doyle
He said, “The hand that held my foot was icy cold, and the nimble fingers that unbuttoned the gaiter were burning hot.”
One of the party, a gentleman of veracity, had his gaiter unbuttoned while sitting in the circle.
Yes, Hanny Underhill was a little girl again in gaiter-length dresses, and her braids tied across at the back of her head.A Little Girl of Long Ago|Amanda Millie Douglas