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  • n. Plural form of gunbelt.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • We heard three rounds fired and the dump pouches on the gunbelts are still full, so he may just have nine left.

    Anthony Lane on the new Thomas Harris novel

  • He sat down heavily on the whore's bed, looked at the gunbelts he still held, and dropped them between his feet.

    Wizard and Glass

  • The man in the jeans held out the gunbelts which Roland had taken from the fuzer beneath the ap-prentices 'barracks on the previous afternoon, using Cort's key to open the arsenal door.

    Wizard and Glass

  • Ignoring her, the man reached beneath the bed and dragged out two gunbelts.

    Wizard and Glass

  • Just as quickly as the idea to meet him came to her, she decided against it, because she'd finally noticed he was wearing one of those fancy gunbelts around his hips.

    For The Roses

  • "Then why is he wearing one of those fancy new gunbelts?"

    For The Roses

  • "Surely you noticed that the men inside the store weren't wearing gunbelts," she said.

    For The Roses

  • "One of my gunbelts," the gunslinger panted harshly at him.

    The Drawing of the Three

  • He clumsily unbuckled his gunbelts and laid them on a sunny rock.

    The Drawing of the Three

  • The guns themselves must be tended to, should have been tended to before this, but since no gun in this world or any other was more than a club without ammunition, he laid the gunbelts themselves over his lap before doing anything else and carefully ran his left hand over the leather.

    The Drawing of the Three

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