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Friday word: Ceinture

cein·ture noun \saⁿ(n)-ˈtyu̇r, -ˈtu̇r, ˈsan-chər\ : a belt or sash for the waist

Example:

~ Chesterfield’s Art of Letter-Writing Simplified…To Which is Appended the Complete Rules of Etiquette, and the Usages of Society: Containing The Most Approved Rules For Correct Deportment In Fashionable Life, Together With Hints To Gentlemen And Ladies On Irregular And Vulgar Habits, Also, The Etiquette Of Love And Courtship, Marriage Etiquette, &c., 1857via University of Pittsburgh Digital Collectionsceinture: a belt or sash for the waist

~ Chesterfield’s Art of Letter-Writing Simplified…To Which is Appended the Complete Rules of Etiquette, and the Usages of Society: Containing The Most Approved Rules For Correct Deportment In Fashionable Life, Together With Hints To Gentlemen And Ladies On Irregular And Vulgar Habits, Also, The Etiquette Of Love And Courtship, Marriage Etiquette, &c., 1857
via University of Pittsburgh Digital Collections; from questionableadvice Tumblr


First Known Use: 15th century
Tags: c, latin, noun, wordsmith: med_cat
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