- n. Plural form of glove.
“Vere, Earl of Oxford, came from _Italy_, and brought with him gloves, sweete bagges, a perfumed leather jerkin, and other _pleasant things_; and that yeere the queene had a _pair of perfumed gloves_ trimmed only with four tuffes, or _roses of coloured silk_.”
“Most of this year I shot and practiced with thin gloves now insulated gloves changed the shot, lowering it by eight inches at twenty five yards.”
“They've only got a five year-old softball bat, a threadbare cap, three scuffed balls and nine second-hand gloves from a flea market.”
“I like thin gloves so I put 2 pair inside of each other and this layer affect works very well and then I don't have the big thick, bulky, clumsy gloves that make it harder to work with and if they are to thick then you have issues getting your finger in your trigger guard.”
““Many people are not used to shooting in gloves and forget to bring them in colder climates, or even practice with them beforehand,” says Tim Bouchard.”
“New gloves from a start-up called Freehands are designed to help you text, email and play games in cold weather this winter without giving ...”
“New gloves from a start-up called Freehands are designed to help you text, email and play games in cold weather this winter without giving into the elements.”
“McMillan, the clear winner of Monday night's debate, gets our support both for his decision to debate in gloves ( "I know I'm not going to be able to breathe if I take them off") and for his grooming.”
“Mrs. Cahill set her Spanish-leather handbag on one of the chairs, stripped off her kidskin gloves, and slid them through the bag's carrying straps.”
“The way they treat Repugs with kid gloves is disgusting.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘gloves’.
includes words of the "Prodcom list"
Names of articles of clothing and paraphernalia worn by or pertaining to the clergy in former and modern times. Trappings, uniforms, call them what you will. Because the term dog collar, once-remov...
Words that relate to bicycling or mountain biking
If you like piña coladas and getting caught in the rain, I would suggest this other list.
NB: this list being not limited to haberdashery in the strictest sense, but also including items of the milliner's trade, the mercer's trade, and the tailor's trade, it is to be noted that I just r...
Words that have something to do with the holidays that fall on or near the Winter Solstice
The game is over! Congratulations to our winner, jennarenn. Thanks for playing!
Moderating this round: uselessness
The category: Things you might find in a backpack
Several of these words may seem misspelled. I copied them that way from the primary source in which I found the list: Salem Gazette, Thursday, Nov. 29, 1781.
The first line in the arti...
I like concrete metaphors. These are building supplies I've used for poetry.
...All our joys were clotted
with pearls, all our griefs were denied
with stone, all our words...
objects that are often, or at least can be, referred to in pairs
Looking for tweets for gloves.