What is another word for Gartered?

Pronunciation: [ɡˈɑːtəd] (IPA)

Gartered is a term that refers to an article of clothing that is designed to be worn around the leg to hold up stockings or socks. There are several synonyms for gartered, including "banded," "strapped," "fastened," "secured," "tied," and "belted." Each of these words conveys the idea of something being held in place, usually by a strap or band around the leg. Gartered can also be used to describe the act of attaching a garter to a stocking, in which case synonyms might include "clipped," "hooked," "attached," or "affixed." Whatever the context, there are plenty of words that can be used in place of "gartered" to convey the same meaning.

What are the hypernyms for Gartered?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Gartered

Every gig-man in the Kildare Street wears it in his buttonhole, and the ladies of Merrion Square are found to be Gartered with it.
"Muslin"
George Moore
Such was the force exerted by the torrent on one side, and the desperate lover on the other, that not her shoes only, but her stockings, though Gartered, were torn off her in that fierce struggle.
"Put Yourself in His Place"
Charles Reade
This family, if any branch of it remained in Shakespeare's time, might have been proud of their Dramatic ally, if indeed they could have any fair pretence to claim as such him whom Shakespeare, perhaps in contempt of Cowardice, wrote Falstaff, not Fastolfe, the true Historic name of the Gartered Craven.
"Eighteenth Century Essays on Shakespeare"
D. Nichol Smith

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