Definition of Cinches

1. Noun. (plural of cinch) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of cinch) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cinches

1. cinch [v] - See also: cinch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cinches

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

Literary usage of Cinches

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Handbook for Rangers & Woodsmen by Jay Laird Burgess Taylor (1916)
"The best cinches for all-round work are of 4-inch Breeching. Breast collar. ... If rear cinches are to be used they should be made of the same material. ..."

2. Wild Life on the Rockies by Enos Abijah Mills (1909)
"If the cinches are loose, the saddle may turn when the horse rolls; ... Either loose reins or loose cinches may cripple a horse by entangling his feet, ..."

3. The Story of a Thousand-year Pine and Other Tales of Wild Life by Enos Abijah Mills (1913)
"If the cinches are loose, the saddle may turn when the horse rolls; ... Either loose reins or loose cinches may cripple a horse by entangling his feet, ..."

4. Aircraft Electrical System Safety: Congressional Hearing edited by Tillie K. Fowler (2002)
"We talk about these plastic cinches and binders. We talk about original construct. These clamps and these devices to secure said wiring are put on by people ..."

5. The Rocky Mountain Wonderland by Enos Abijah Mills (1915)
"When more than halfway through the snow- slide mass, one of the saddle-cinches caught on the snag of a fallen log and held her fast. ..."

6. Practical Bandaging, Including Adhesive and Plaster-of-Paris Dressings by Eldridge Lyon Eliason (1921)
"nbD Traction cinches.—The recent war demonstrated the necessity of traction ... 116 D illustrates the method of fixing the three traction cinches to the ..."

7. In Search of a Siberian Klondike by Homer Bezaleel Hulbert, Washington Baker Vanderlip (1903)
"The double cinches and the breast and back cinches puzzled them completely, and they refused to have anything to do with them. As fast as my Koreans would ..."

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