ceinture

noun cein·ture \ saⁿ(n)-ˈtyu̇r , -ˈtu̇r , ˈsan-chər \

Definition of ceinture

: a belt or sash for the waist

Examples of ceinture in a Sentence

  1. the designer's dresses typically are accessorized with eye-catching ceintures

Origin and Etymology of ceinture

Middle English seynture, from Anglo-French ceinture, from Latin cinctura — more at cincture



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