cinch

Part of speech: noun

A broad saddle - girth, knotted into place.

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Usage examples "cinch":

  1. " 'Anyway, Doug, it's a cinch that you have made one of the greatest practical inventions of the day, ' Tony said, forgetting Mamie Sue entirely and so did Douglass, as he answered: " 'That's true, Raccoon, and if the fortune is another man's by robbery, the brains are mine. - "Phyllis", Maria Thompson Daviess.
  2. I would be a cinch for a fast promotion to vice president. - "Inside John Barth", William W. Stuart.
  3. I've got the cinch on you, Britten. - "The Man Who Drove the Car", Max Pemberton.