noun, plural waist·cloths [weyst-klawth z, -kloth z, -klawths, -kloths] /ˈweɪstˌklɔðz, -ˌklɒðz, -ˌklɔθs, -ˌklɒθs/.
Origin of waistcloth
Examples from the Web for waistcloth
Historical Examples of waistcloth
Here, take this dollar, and tie it up in the corner of your waistcloth.The Call Of The South
For instance, they have doors and verandahs to their huts, work skins perfectly, and wear a waistcloth and not a moocha.Maiwa's Revenge
H. Rider Haggard
He spoke quite calmly, and thrust his hands into his waistcloth to make certain that his weapons were there.
Quick as lightning Jim dived his hand into his waistcloth, only to discover that his father had his revolver.
The Dyak men wear a waistcloth which is made either of the soft inner bark of a tree, or else of cotton cloth.Children of Borneo
Edwin Herbert Gomes