What is another word for Welted?

Pronunciation: [wˈɛltɪd] (IPA)

"Welted" is a word that is often used in the context of sewing or shoe-making, and it refers to a strip of material that is sewn into a seam or joined to an edge for added strength or decoration. Synonyms for welted include "bound," "edged," "finished," "hemmed," "seamed," "stitched," and "piped." These words are all related to the idea of enclosing or securing the edge of a piece of cloth or leather, and they can be used interchangeably in many contexts. Whether you are describing a tailored jacket, a pair of boots, or a simple piece of fabric, choosing a synonym for "welted" can help you to convey your meaning more precisely and accurately.

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What are the hypernyms for Welted?

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

Usage examples for Welted

They Welted me well.
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Who knows how the Welted vine leaf, when we give it shade and moisture, crisps its curves again, and breathes new bloom upon its veinage?
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R. D. Blackmore
He wanted to be put in, with pictures representing him gloriously declining to lie to his mother, and her weeping for joy about it; and pictures representing him standing on the doorstep giving a penny to a poor beggar-woman with six children, and telling her to spend it freely, but not to be extravagant, because extravagance is a sin; and pictures of him magnanimously refusing to tell on the bad boy who always lay in wait for him around the corner as he came from school, and Welted him so over the head with a lath, and then chased him home, saying, "Hi!
"Sketches New and Old, Part 1."
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

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