Origin of gaiter
Related formsgai·ter·less, adjective
Examples from the Web for gaiter
The gaiter secured, we prepared to lift the sufferer from his seat, and he on his part made a feeble effort to rise.
A gaiter shoe or combination shoe and stocking was made of waterproof cloth, laced up the sides, and reached to about the knees.Women's Bathing and Swimming Costume in the United States|Claudia B. Kidwell
Five decades hardly modified the cut of a gaiter, the embroidery of a smock-frock, by the breadth of a hair.Far from the Madding Crowd|Thomas Hardy
Her gaiter boots were saturated with wet, and soiled with reddish clay.Mabel's Mistake|Ann S. Stephens
She consented that I should rest a while at the cobbler's, and then return home carrying the gaiter.Explorers of the Dawn|Mazo de la Roche