What is another word for Gartering?

Pronunciation: [ɡˈɑːtəɹɪŋ] (IPA)

The term "gartering" refers to the act of securing or fastening a garment or fabric with a narrow band or ribbon. Synonyms for gartering include binding, cinching, tying, and strapping. Binding refers to the process of wrapping and securing a material using any appropriate means, such as stitching or tying with a string. Cinching is a similar process, but it involves tightening or fastening with a belt or other similar device. Tying involves securing materials with a knot, while strapping refers to the use of narrow bands or straps to fasten garments or objects together. All of these terms are useful alternatives to gartering and can be used in a variety of contexts.

Usage examples for Gartering

A Collar instead of a Cravat twelve inches high; with a blue, stiff, starcht, lawn Band, set in print like your Whiskers; a Doublet with small Skirts hookt to a pair of wide-kneed Breeches, which dangled halfway over a Leg, all to be dash'd and dirty'd as high as the Gartering.
"The Works of Aphra Behn, Vol. I (of 6)"
Aphra Behn
Accessories included glass beads, buttons, thread, both brown and black, twelve dozen yards of Gartering, bone combs, scissors, shears and tailors' shears.
"Domestic Life in Virginia in the Seventeenth Century Jamestown 350th Anniversary Historical Booklet Number 17"
Annie Lash Jester
It is not unlikely, besides, that Malvolio, in anticipation of his certain promotion to the ranks of the aristocracy by his marriage with Olivia, had donned, in addition to yellow stockings, some rich costume, put on in imitation of those fashionable young noblemen at court who wore silk scarves crossed above and below the knee, since without the costume his own cross-Gartering would not have been in keeping.
"Shakespeare in the Theatre"
William Poel

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