glove


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Synonyms for glove

mitten

Synonyms for glove

the handwear used by fielders in playing baseball

boxing equipment consisting of big and padded coverings for the fists of the fighters

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I made another effort and tore the glove from the base of the thumb into the palm of the hand--and tried to hide the rent.
But this time, she noticed, the heel of his glove was pressed against Ponta's mouth and chin, and at the second "Break
Her stockings and boots and well fitting gloves had worked marvels in her bearing--had given her a feeling of assurance, a sense of belonging to the well-dressed multitude.
he asked as he sat down, his hat and gloves in his hand.
Each put on one nice light glove, and carried one soiled one, and all pronounced the effect "quite easy and fine".
They were all generous, these travelling men; they gave Tiny Soderball handkerchiefs and gloves and ribbons and striped stockings, and so many bottles of perfume and cakes of scented soap that she bestowed some of them on Lena.
Cast my innocence into the scale,'' answered Rebecca, ``and the glove of silk shall outweigh the glove of iron.
The cut of her dress from the waist upward, both before and behind, made her figure very like a boy's kite; and I might have pronounced her gown a little too decidedly orange, and her gloves a little too intensely green.
Only his hands, with which he kept his coat-skirts down round Nikita's sides, and his legs which the wind kept uncovering, began to freeze, especially his right hand which had no glove.
Don't put on your glove yet, princess; let me kiss your hand.
I must run home and get my things," said Polly, resolving on the spot to buy the nicest pair of gloves the city afforded.
Now on one side of his patron's iron skull, and now on the other, the hammering of the prize-fighter's gloves fell, thump upon thump, horrible to hear--until even Geoffrey himself had had enough of it.
Our gloves are stiff with the frozen blood, Our furs with the drifted snow, As we come in with the seal--the seal
She immediately loosened little Gerda's clothes, pulled off her thick gloves and boots; for otherwise the heat would have been too great--and after laying a piece of ice on the Reindeer's head, read what was written on the fish-skin.
It was the White Rabbit returning, splendidly dressed, with a pair of white kid gloves in one hand and a large fan in the other: he came trotting along in a great hurry, muttering to himself as he came, `Oh
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