Definition of Cinched

1. Verb. (form of Simple past cinch) ¹



2. Verb. (form of Past participle cinch) ¹

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Definition of Cinched

1. cinch [v] - See also: cinch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cinched

cimmerianize
cimmerianized
cimmerianizes
cimmerianizing
cimolite
cimolites
cin-
cin recombinase
cinametography
cinamon
cinamons
cinanesthesia
cinanserin
cinanserin hydrochloride
cinch
cinched (current term)
cincher
cinchers
cinches
cinching
cinchocaine
cinchocaines
cinchol
cinchona
cinchona alkaloids
cinchona bark
cinchona tree
cinchonaceous
cinchonas
cinchonic

Literary usage of Cinched

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1. American Poetry by Percy Holmes Boynton, Frank Martindale Webster, George Wiley Sherburn, Howard M. Jones (1918)
"Threw them on, cinched them on, cinched them over again. And again drew the girth; and sprung we to horse, With head to the Brazos, with a sound in the air, ..."

2. Recollections of a Rebel Reefer by James Morris Morgan (1917)
"A Mexican would lasso a mule and then blindfold him; until this was done no power on earth could have cinched a pack- saddle on the animal's back. ..."

3. Irrigation Practice and Engineering by Bernard Alfred Etcheverry (1915)
"When the staves are assembled, a part of the bands are put on; these are partly cinched up to a degree such that when the staves are driven endwise, ..."

4. Irrigation Practice and Engineering by Bernard Alfred Etcheverry (1915)
"... a part of the bands are put on; these are partly cinched up to a degree such ... inches inside the wood pipe, which is cinched up tight with extra bands ..."

5. Handbook of Mining Details (1912)
"When the pack saddle is securely cinched the various articles of the pack may be placed on the back of the animal, being held in place by preliminary ..."

6. Life in the Open: Sport with Rod, Gun, Horse, and Hound in Southern California by Charles Frederick Holder (1906)
"Here a stop was made and saddles re-cinched. When a clever California horse is cinched, he takes a long breath and resists, and as soon as the rider is ..."

7. Life in the Open: Sport with Rod, Gun, Horse, and Hound in Southern California by Charles Frederick Holder (1906)
"Here a stop was made and saddles re-cinched. When a clever California horse is cinched, he takes a long breath and resists, and as soon as the rider is ..."

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