gauntleted : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s wearing a protective glove
gestured with his gauntleted hand
- On duty at Buckingham Palace last week-end were two gauntleted motorcyclists from the Army Service Corps ready to rush dispatches to King Edward's week-end hideaway, Fort .
- Like De Gaulle, whom he serves more like a gauntleted knight than a Cabinet minister, Malraux wants to spur the French will to new greatness through shining images of past glories.
- The Jagermeister (hunt master) watched intently as Mookie's master raised his gauntleted left arm and spoke soothingly to the malevolent-looking hawk tethered to his wrist.