Girth



noun
1.
the measure around anything; circumference.
2.
a band that passes underneath a horse or other animal to hold a saddle in place, especially one having a buckle at each end for fastening to straps running from under the flaps of the saddle.
3.
something that encircles; a band or girdle.
verb (used with object)
4.
to bind or fasten with a girth.
5.
to girdle; encircle.
noun
1.
the distance around something; circumference
2.
size or bulk: a man of great girth
3.
a band around a horse’s belly to keep the saddle in position
verb
4.
(usually foll by up) to fasten a girth on (a horse)
5.
(transitive) to encircle or surround

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