Pronunciation of Waistcloth
/wˈe͡ɪstklɒθ/, /wˈeɪstklɒθ/, /w_ˈeɪ_s_t_k_l_ɒ_θ/
Usage examples for waistcloth:
- The blood flowed, and intense pain appeared to follow almost immediately; but, with all expedition, the friend of the sufferer undid his waistcloth, and took from it two snake- stones, each of the size of a small almond, intensely black and highly polished, though of an extremely light substance. - "Sketches of the Natural History of Ceylon", J. Emerson Tennent.
- Judge, therefore, his disgust when all the women- high and low, rich and poor, old and young, ugly and beautiful- seeing the end of his waistcloth thrown empty over his shoulder, passed him in the streets without even deigning a look. - "Vikram-and-the-Vampire-Classic-Hindu-Tales-of-Adventure-Magic-and-Romance", Burton, Isabel, Lady.