belt

Part of speech: verb

To encircle.

Part of speech: verb

To gird with a belt; mark with belts; drive by a belt, as a machine.

Part of speech: noun

A band worn around the waist; a band for transmitting power in machinery; any broad encircling band; a zone; strip; strait.

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Usage examples "belt":

  1. Wetzel's hand slipped to his belt. - "Betty Zane", Zane Grey.
  2. But the belt you shall have. - "Desert Dust", Edwin L. Sabin.
  3. During that second Wogan drew his hunting knife from his belt and drove it with a terrible strength into the man's chest. - "Clementina", A.E.W. Mason.