Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of halter.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of halter.

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Examples

  • Scripture is accounted lame which is counterfeit and dissembling, (in which sense hypocrites are properly called halters,) [1 Kings xviii.

    Good Thoughts in Bad Times and Other Papers.

  • 'halters' are the organs of a fine equilibrating sense -- is perhaps the most specialised, structurally the 'highest' of all insects.

    The Life-Story of Insects

  • It's debatable whether the best way for Cyrus to make her impending adulthood clear is to writhe about in boy shorts and chain-mail halters.

    Miley Cyrus's brazen video not as bad as moves on 'Dancing With the Stars'

  • Its impressive 40-foot glass front invites passersby into a vast space—2,200 square feet of floor area—filled with mannequins, glass cases and open shelves spread with enticing wares: denim cut-offs beside metallic leather sandals, vintage silver jewelry next to tie-dyed halters, Norma Kamali bathing suits and sequined scarves.

    Artful Style on the Bowery

  • I veto most tie-back halters, because most women just don't get enough lift from the bra top.

    Ask Teri

  • Wear halters, flip flops, strapless or spaghetti-string tops or other revealing leisure clothes.

    The New Power Suit for Summer

  • Don't: Wear halters, flip flops, strapless or spaghetti-string tops, or other leisure clothes.

    Stars' Guide to Summer Casual

  • Two young women in halters and shorts had appeared on the porch.

    The Warden

  • Q: I notice many young women have no shame about letting their bra straps stick out in halters and tank tops.

    Visible Bra Straps

  • A knee-length sundress avoid halters is also a stylish choice.

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