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- adj. Adorned with one or more gauntlets
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Wearing a gauntlet.
- Provided with a gauntlet: as, a gauntleted glove.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. wearing a protective glove
His gauntleted hands remained motionless at his sides.
Long-gauntleted leather mittens, lined with wool, hung by his side.
Lord Allienal, the leader of this company, slapped him in the face with a gauntleted hand.
Now, safely on the ledge, he held her by the gauntleted wrist of her free forearm as she clung to the root with her other hand.
I remember the leather feel of the leaves in the shrubbery where we dug in, how their gauntleted fingers gently explored my face.
Council business dispensed with, he spent the remainder of each day killing defenseless deer from a standing or mounted his horse, with the help of a purpose-built flight of steps, and set off with his favorite hawk on one gauntleted hand.
One gauntleted hand rose a few inches, then fell back to the ground, limp.
Anya noticed that he held his gauntleted arm tightly over his midsection to hold his entrails in.
Western style, with glittering fringes, silver gauntleted gloves and a white ten-gallon hat.
Jermayan came last, his sword drawn and ready in his gauntleted hand.