American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A cloth worn to cover the loins; a loincloth.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as breech-clout.
- n. An apron-like garment held on by a belt tied around the waist to cover the loins; a loincloth.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A cloth worn around the breech.
- n. a garment that provides covering for the loins
- breech + cloth (Wiktionary)
“Sometimes this pouch is carried in the folds of the breechcloth, which is the only pocket the Negrito possesses.”
“The invalid sat to the northeast of the circle; a breechcloth was his only apparel.”
“I will reach into your breechcloth, touching your manly bits to seal the deal.”
“A beaded breechcloth hung down over his knees, onto which had been embroidered a most striking rattlesnake design.”
“Where he had been naked, now a brilliant red breechcloth sporting a spotless white apron graced his hips.”
“Blood Thorn—with his pom hairstyle, his Uzachile-cut breechcloth, and his curious star tattoos—was a constant source of attention.”
“Her fingers slithered snakelike under my breechcloth.”
“He pulled off his breechcloth and slipped under his covers, a grim expression on his face.”
“The men wore breechcloth, while the women wore short petticoats of skins or woven maguey.”
“Alan returned promptly, although it was evident that he had taken time to change to a fresh breechcloth.”
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