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  1. Cincture definition is - the act of encircling. How to use cincture in a sentence.
  2. 1. The act of encircling or encompassing. 2.
  3. something that surrounds or encompasses as a girdle does; a surrounding border: The midnight sky had a cincture of stars. (on a classical column) a fillet at either end of a shaft, especially one at the lower riasitdetoumindnec.chensbemesudumrebakhticpevadecom.coe orle (def. 3b). the act of girding or encompassing. verb (used with object), cinc·tured, cinc·tur·ing.
  4. Definition of cinctured in the dictionary. Meaning of cinctured. What does cinctured mean? Information and translations of cinctured in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
  5. cinctured definition: Verb 1. simple past tense and past participle of cincture.
  6. If, however, the natives, and especially the native women, are cinctured around the genitals, then they are like Adam and Eve after the fall, and we can legitimate our profit-taking desires under the guise of bringing Christian salvation to the heathen" (). Subject and Object in Renaissance Culture.
  7. 1. cincture - a band of material around the waist that strengthens a skirt or trousers waistband, waistcloth, girdle, sash band - a thin flat strip of flexible material that is worn around the body or one of the limbs (especially to decorate the body).
  8. The cincture (or, as it is more commonly called in England, the girdle) is an article of liturgical attire which has certainly been recognized as such since the ninth century. Then as now it was used to confine the loose, flowing alb, and prevent it from impeding the movements of the wearer.
  9. The cincture is a rope-like or ribbon-like article sometimes worn with certain Christian liturgical vestments, encircling the body around or above the waist. There are two types of cinctures: one is a rope-like narrow girdle or rope-like belt around the waist.