gushet

noun
gush·et | \ˈgəshə̇t\
plural -s

Definition of gushet 

1 Scottish : the clock of a stocking

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History and Etymology for gushet

Middle English (Scots) guschet piece of armor protecting the armpit, from Middle French gouchet, gousset piece of armor protecting the armpit, armpit

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