Definition of Breechcloths

1. Noun. (plural of breechcloth) ¹



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Definition of Breechcloths

1. breechcloth [n] - See also: breechcloth

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Breechcloths

bredrens
bredrin
bredrins
bree
breech
breech-loading
breech birth
breech births
breech closer
breech delivery
breech extraction
breech presentation
breechblock
breechblocks
breechcloth
breechcloths (current term)
breechclout
breechclouts
breeched
breeches
breeches buoy
breechesmaker
breeching
breechings
breechloader
breechloaders
breechloading
breed in the bone
breed like rabbits

Literary usage of Breechcloths

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1. The Sia by Matilda Coxe Stevenson (1894)
"The elder female member sat at the west end of the line on the north side of the room. The men wore breechcloths of white cotton; ..."

2. Publications by Division of Ethnology, Philippines (1905)
"There are several varieties of breechcloths in the area. ... Some of the other breechcloths .are woven of cotton thread by the women. ..."

3. The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents: Travels and Explorations of the by Jesuits, Reuben Gold Thwaites (1901)
"153, 68, 75, 85, 111, 69, 95, 70, 97; of warriors, 95-97; compared to French, 5, 127, 44, 281-283, 289-295. breechcloths, 1, 281, 3, 75, 5, 23, 29, 17, 171, ..."

4. Latin-American [mythology] by Hartley Burr Alexander (1920)
"The women also came with similar rattles, but naked, if they were maids, and not painted; if married, wearing only breechcloths. They approached dancing ..."

5. The Conquest of the Great Northwest: Being the Story of the Adventurers of by Agnes Christina Laut (1908)
"Dressed in breechcloths of fur and feathers, the savages mount the decks without fear. The lascars gather round—not much promise of plunder from such scant ..."

6. Iowa Journal of History by State Historical Society of Iowa (1905)
"They was almost naked except breechcloths and Blankets. They said they left their homes to go to Maldon, but on their being told of our army and that they ..."

7. In the Land of Cave and Cliffdwellers by Frederick Schwatka (1899)
"The only garments they had on were ragged breechcloths of cotton, but some had the extra adornment of a strip of red cloth about their shocky black hair. ..."

8. The Mythology of All Races by Louis Herbert Gray, George Foot Moore, John Arnott MacCulloch (1920)
"The women also came with similar rattles, but naked, if they were maids, and not painted; if married, wearing only breechcloths. They approached dancing ..."

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