gird definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To encircle with a belt or band.
    • To fasten or secure (garments, as an example) with a belt or musical organization.
    • To encircle with a belt or band.
    • To surround. See Synonyms at surround.
    • To equip or endow.
    • to get ready (oneself) to use it.
    • To jeer or jeer at.
    • To strike; to smite.
    • To sneer at; to mock; to gibe.
    • To encircle or bind with any flexible musical organization.
    • to produce fast, as clothing, by binding with a cord, girdle, bandage, etc.
    • To surround; to encircle, or encompass.
    • To fasten or secure (clothes, for example) with a belt or musical organization.
    • To encircle. See Synonyms at surround.
    • To clothe; to swathe; to spend.
    • To equip or endow.
    • to organize; to produce ready; to supply.
    • to get ready (oneself) for action.
    • To encircle with a belt or band.
    • To jeer or jeer at.
    • To encircle with a belt or band.
    • To fasten or secure (clothing, for example) with a belt or musical organization.
    • To fasten or secure (clothing, like) with a belt or musical organization.
    • To surround. See Synonyms at surround.
    • To surround. See Synonyms at surround.
    • To provide or endow.
    • To prepare (oneself) to use it.
    • To encircle with a belt or musical organization.
    • To encircle with a belt or band.
    • To provide or endow.
    • To strike; to smite.
    • To encircle with a belt or band.
    • To fasten or secure (clothes, as an example) with a belt or musical organization.
    • To sneer at; to mock; to gibe.
    • To fasten or secure (garments, as an example) with a belt or musical organization.
    • To fasten or secure (garments, including) with a belt or musical organization.
    • To surround. See Synonyms at surround.
    • To surround. See Synonyms at surround.
    • To equip or endow.
    • To encircle or bind with any flexible musical organization.
    • To equip or endow.
    • to organize (oneself) for action.
    • to get ready (oneself) for action.
    • to create quickly, as garments, by binding with a cord, girdle, bandage, etc.
    • To encircle. See Synonyms at surround.
    • To prepare (oneself) for action.
    • To provide or endow.
    • To jeer or jeer at.
    • To jeer or jeer at.
    • to organize (oneself) for action.
    • To jeer or jeer at.
    • To jeer or jeer at.
    • To encircle with a belt or band.
    • To surround; to encircle, or encompass.
    • To encircle with a belt or band.
    • To fasten or secure (clothes, for instance) with a belt or band.
    • To fasten or secure (clothing, as an example) with a belt or musical organization.
    • To jeer or jeer at.
    • To clothe; to swathe; to invest.
    • To surround. See Synonyms at surround.
    • to organize; to help make ready; to supply.
    • To provide or endow.
    • To strike; to smite.
    • To prepare (oneself) to use it.
    • To sneer at; to mock; to gibe.
    • To strike; to smite.
    • To sneer at; to mock; to gibe.
    • To encircle or bind with any flexible musical organization.
    • To jeer or jeer at.
    • To make quickly, as clothing, by binding with a cord, girdle, bandage, etc.
    • To encircle or bind with any flexible musical organization.
    • To encircle; to encircle, or encompass.
    • to produce quickly, as clothing, by binding with a cord, girdle, bandage, etc.
    • To encircle with a belt or band.
    • To surround. See Synonyms at surround.
    • To fasten or secure (clothes, as an example) with a belt or musical organization.
    • To surround; to encircle, or encompass.
    • To clothe; to swathe; to get.
    • to organize; to produce prepared; to furnish.
    • To encircle. See Synonyms at surround.
    • To equip or endow.
    • To clothe; to swathe; to spend.
    • To hit; to smite.
    • To provide or endow.
    • To hit; to smite.
    • to organize (oneself) to use it.
    • To prepare; to produce ready; to supply.
    • To sneer at; to mock; to gibe.
    • to organize (oneself) for action.
    • To sneer at; to mock; to gibe.
    • To encircle or bind with any flexible musical organization.
    • To strike; to smite.
    • to help make quickly, as garments, by binding with a cord, girdle, bandage, etc.
    • To jeer or jeer at.
    • To strike; to smite.
    • To jeer or jeer at.
    • To encircle; to encircle, or encompass.
    • To sneer at; to mock; to gibe.
    • To encircle or bind with any flexible band.
    • To sneer at; to mock; to gibe.
    • To clothe; to swathe; to get.
    • To encircle or bind with any flexible musical organization.
    • To prepare; in order to make prepared; to supply.
    • to produce quickly, as garments, by binding with a cord, girdle, bandage, etc.
    • To make quickly, as clothing, by binding with a cord, girdle, bandage, etc.
    • To encircle or bind with any flexible musical organization.
    • To surround; to encircle, or encompass.
    • which will make quickly, as clothing, by binding with a cord, girdle, bandage, etc.
    • To surround; to encircle, or encompass.
    • To clothe; to swathe; to get.
    • To encircle; to encircle, or encompass.
    • To clothe; to swathe; to get.
    • to get ready; to create prepared; to equip.
    • To clothe; to swathe; to invest.
    • to organize; to create ready; to equip.
    • To prepare; which will make prepared; to equip.
    • To hit; to smite.
    • To sneer at; to mock; to gibe.
    • To strike; to smite.
    • To sneer at; to mock; to gibe.
    • To encircle or bind with any versatile band.
    • which will make quickly, as garments, by binding with a cord, girdle, bandage, etc.
    • To encircle; to encircle, or encompass.
    • To encircle or bind with any flexible musical organization.
    • To clothe; to swathe; to take a position.
    • which will make fast, as clothes, by binding with a cord, girdle, bandage, etc.
    • to get ready; which will make ready; to supply.
    • To surround; to encircle, or encompass.
    • To clothe; to swathe; to invest.
    • to organize; in order to make ready; to furnish.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To prepare for action: "Males however talked of peace but girded more sternly for war” ( W. Bruce Lincoln).
    • To gibe; to sneer; to split a scornful jest; to utter serious sarcasms.
    • To prepare for action: "Men still spoke of peace but girded more sternly for war” ( W. Bruce Lincoln).
    • To gibe; to sneer; to-break a scornful jest; to utter serious sarcasms.
    • To prepare for action: "Guys nevertheless talked of peace but girded more sternly for war” ( W. Bruce Lincoln).
    • To Organize to use it: "Men nonetheless spoke of peace but girded even more sternly for war” ( W. Bruce Lincoln).
    • To Organize to use it: "Guys nevertheless spoke of peace but girded more sternly for war” ( W. Bruce Lincoln).
    • To prepare for action: "Men nevertheless spoke of comfort but girded more sternly for war” ( W. Bruce Lincoln).
    • To prepare for action: "Men still spoke of peace but girded more sternly for war” ( W. Bruce Lincoln).
    • To Get Ready to use it: "Males however spoke of serenity but girded more sternly for war” ( W. Bruce Lincoln).
    • To gibe; to sneer; to split a scornful jest; to utter extreme sarcasms.
    • To gibe; to sneer; to split a scornful jest; to utter extreme sarcasms.
    • To Organize for action: "Guys however spoke of serenity but girded more sternly for war” ( W. Bruce Lincoln).
    • To gibe; to sneer; to break a scornful jest; to utter extreme sarcasms.
    • To Get Ready to use it: "Men nevertheless talked of serenity but girded more sternly for war” ( W. Bruce Lincoln).
    • To gibe; to sneer; to break a scornful jest; to utter severe sarcasms.
    • To gibe; to sneer; to-break a scornful jest; to utter extreme sarcasms.
    • To gibe; to sneer; to split a scornful jest; to utter serious sarcasms.
    • To gibe; to sneer; to split a scornful jest; to utter extreme sarcasms.
    • To gibe; to sneer; to break a scornful jest; to utter severe sarcasms.
  • idiom:
    • gird (up) (one's) loins To summon up an individual's internal sources in preparation to use it.
    • gird (up) (one's) loins To summon up one's inner resources when preparing to use it.
    • gird (up) (one's) loins To summon up an individual's inner sources when preparing for action.
    • gird (up) (one's) loins To summon up your inner sources when preparing for action.
    • gird (up) (one's) loins To summon up your inner sources in preparation to use it.
    • gird (up) (one's) loins To summon up one's inner sources in preparation for action.
    • gird (up) (one's) loins To summon up an individual's internal resources when preparing for action.
    • gird (up) (one's) loins To summon up your inner resources in preparation for action.
    • gird (up) (one's) loins To summon up an individual's inner resources when preparing to use it.
    • gird (up) (one's) loins To summon up an individual's internal sources when preparing for action.
  • noun:
    • A sarcastic comment.
    • A sarcastic remark.
    • A stroke with a rod or switch; a severe spasm; a twinge; a pang.
    • A cut; a sarcastic comment; a gibe; a sneer.
    • A sarcastic remark.
    • A hoop, specially one for a barrel, tub, or perhaps the like.
    • A sarcastic remark.
    • A stroke with a switch or whip; for this reason, a twinge or pang.
    • A stroke with a rod or switch; a severe spasm; a twinge; a pang.
    • A cut; a sarcastic remark; a gibe; a sneer.
    • A short abrupt effort; a spurt.
    • A sneer; a gibe; a taunt; a stroke of sarcasm.
    • angle, useful for binding together the materials of yarn undergoing rotating.
    • A sarcastic remark.
    • A sarcastic remark.
    • A sarcastic remark.
    • A sarcastic remark.
    • A sarcastic comment.
    • A sarcastic comment.
    • A stroke with a rod or switch; a severe spasm; a twinge; a pang.
    • A sarcastic remark.
    • A sarcastic comment.
    • A cut; a sarcastic comment; a gibe; a sneer.
    • A stroke with a rod or switch; a severe spasm; a twinge; a pang.
    • A cut; a sarcastic remark; a gibe; a sneer.
    • A sarcastic remark.
    • A sarcastic remark.
    • A hoop, specifically one for a barrel, bathtub, or perhaps the love.
    • A sarcastic comment.
    • A stroke with a rod or switch; a severe spasm; a twinge; a pang.
    • A sarcastic remark.
    • A stroke with a switch or whip; thus, a twinge or pang.
    • a brief unexpected effort; a spurt.
    • A stroke with a rod or switch; a severe spasm; a twinge; a pang.
    • A sneer; a gibe; a taunt; a stroke of sarcasm.
    • A cut; a sarcastic comment; a gibe; a sneer.
    • perspective, useful for binding collectively the materials of yarn in the process of rotating.
    • A cut; a sarcastic remark; a gibe; a sneer.
    • A stroke with a rod or switch; a severe spasm; a twinge; a pang.
    • A stroke with a rod or switch; a severe spasm; a twinge; a pang.
    • A hoop, particularly one for a barrel, tub, and/or want.
    • A cut; a sarcastic comment; a gibe; a sneer.
    • A cut; a sarcastic remark; a gibe; a sneer.
    • A sarcastic comment.
    • A sarcastic remark.
    • A hoop, specifically one for a barrel, tub, or even the love.
    • A sarcastic remark.
    • A stroke with a switch or whip; hence, a twinge or pang.
    • a brief abrupt work; a spurt.
    • A sarcastic comment.
    • A sneer; a gibe; a taunt; a stroke of sarcasm.
    • A stroke with a rod or switch; a severe spasm; a twinge; a pang.
    • angle, utilized for binding together the materials of yarn undergoing rotating.
    • A cut; a sarcastic comment; a gibe; a sneer.
    • A stroke with a rod or switch; a severe spasm; a twinge; a pang.
    • A stroke with a switch or whip; for this reason, a twinge or pang.
    • A hoop, especially one for a barrel, tub, or perhaps the love.
    • a quick sudden energy; a spurt.
    • A cut; a sarcastic comment; a gibe; a sneer.
    • A hoop, specifically one for a barrel, tub, or the love.
    • A hoop, specifically one for a barrel, tub, or the want.
    • A hoop, specially one for a barrel, tub, or perhaps the like.
    • A sneer; a gibe; a taunt; a stroke of sarcasm.
    • Twist, employed for binding together the fibers of yarn undergoing spinning.
    • A stroke with a switch or whip; thus, a twinge or pang.
    • A short abrupt effort; a spurt.
    • A stroke with a switch or whip; hence, a twinge or pang.
    • A sneer; a gibe; a taunt; a stroke of sarcasm.
    • a quick abrupt effort; a spurt.
    • angle, used for binding collectively the fibers of yarn in the process of rotating.
    • A sneer; a gibe; a taunt; a stroke of sarcasm.
    • A stroke with a switch or whip; therefore, a twinge or pang.
    • Twist, used for binding together the fibers of yarn in the process of spinning.
    • a brief abrupt energy; a spurt.
    • A stroke with a switch or whip; therefore, a twinge or pang.
    • A sneer; a gibe; a taunt; a stroke of sarcasm.
    • perspective, used for binding collectively the fibers of yarn undergoing rotating.
    • A hoop, particularly one for a barrel, tub, and/or want.
    • A short sudden energy; a spurt.
    • A hoop, specifically one for a barrel, tub, or perhaps the love.
    • A sneer; a gibe; a taunt; a stroke of sarcasm.
    • Twist, utilized for binding collectively the fibers of yarn in the process of spinning.
    • A stroke with a switch or whip; thus, a twinge or pang.
    • A stroke with a switch or whip; thus, a twinge or pang.
    • a quick abrupt work; a spurt.
    • A short abrupt work; a spurt.
    • A sneer; a gibe; a taunt; a stroke of sarcasm.
    • A sneer; a gibe; a taunt; a stroke of sarcasm.
    • Twist, used for binding together the fibers of yarn undergoing rotating.
    • angle, utilized for binding collectively the materials of yarn undergoing rotating.
  • verb:
    • To bind with a flexible rope or cord.
    • To encircle with, or as though with a belt.
    • To jeer at.
    • To jeer.
    • To bind with a flexible line or cable.
    • To encircle with, or like with a belt.
    • To jeer at.
    • To jeer.
    • prepare oneself for a military conflict
    • place a girdle on or just around
    • bind with something circular or circular
    • To bind with a flexible rope or cable.
    • To encircle with, or just as if with a belt.
    • To bind with a flexible rope or cord.
    • To encircle with, or like with a belt.
    • To jeer at.
    • To bind with a flexible line or cable.
    • To jeer.
    • To encircle with, or as though with a belt.
    • To jeer at.
    • To bind with a flexible rope or cord.
    • To jeer.
    • To encircle with, or just as if with a belt.
    • To jeer at.
    • To bind with a flexible rope or cable.
    • To jeer.
    • To encircle with, or like with a belt.
    • To bind with a flexible rope or cord.
    • To encircle with, or just as if with a belt.
    • To jeer at.
    • To jeer.
    • To jeer at.
    • To jeer at.
    • To jeer.
    • prepare oneself for a military conflict
    • To jeer.
    • put a girdle on or about
    • bind with one thing circular or circular
    • To bind with a flexible rope or cable.
    • To encircle with, or as though with a belt.
    • To bind with a flexible line or cord.
    • To encircle with, or as though with a belt.
    • To jeer at.
    • To jeer.
    • To jeer at.
    • To jeer.
    • prepare yourself for a military confrontation
    • put a girdle on or just around
    • bind with one thing round or circular
    • prepare yourself for a military confrontation
    • put a girdle on or about
    • bind with anything circular or circular
    • prepare oneself for a military confrontation
    • prepare oneself for a military conflict
    • put a girdle on or just around
    • placed a girdle on or around
    • bind with one thing circular or circular
    • bind with some thing circular or circular
    • prepare yourself for a military confrontation
    • put a girdle on or about
    • bind with something round or circular
    • prepare oneself for a military conflict
    • put a girdle on or about
    • bind with one thing round or circular
    • prepare oneself for a military conflict
    • prepare oneself for a military confrontation
    • put a girdle on or around
    • put a girdle on or about
    • bind with something round or circular
    • bind with one thing circular or circular
  • others:
    • To bind or limit by encircling with any flexible material, as a cord, bandage, or fabric: as, to gird waist with a sash.
    • to create quickly by binding; put-on by attaching or fastening: typically with upon: to gird on a sword.
    • To surround; encircle; encompass; inclose.
    • to get; clothe; gown; furnish; endue.
    • Hence— Figuratively, to brace the mind or spirit for any effort or trial.
    • To hit; smite.
    • To lash with the tongue; gibe; reproach seriously; taunt; upbraid.
    • To jump or spring with violence; dash.
    • To gibe; jeer; mock.
    • To bind or confine by encircling with any flexible product, as a cord, bandage, or cloth: since, to gird waist with a sash.
    • to create quickly by binding; put on by tying or fastening: often with upon: to gird on a sword.
    • To encircle; encircle; encompass; inclose.
    • to spend; clothe; gown; furnish; endue.
    • For this reason— Figuratively, to brace your brain or character for almost any energy or test.
    • To strike; smite.
    • To lash using the tongue; gibe; reproach seriously; taunt; upbraid.
    • To jump or spring with assault; dash.
    • To gibe; jeer; mock.
    • To bind or confine by encircling with any flexible material, as a cord, bandage, or cloth: since, to gird waist with a sash.
    • In order to make quickly by binding; wear by attaching or fastening: usually with on: to gird on a sword.
    • To surround; encircle; encompass; inclose.
    • To invest; clothe; dress; furnish; endue.
    • To bind or limit by encircling with any flexible material, as a cord, bandage, or fabric: because, to gird waist with a sash.
    • thus— Figuratively, to brace the mind or character for just about any energy or test.
    • to produce fast by binding; put-on by attaching or attaching: frequently with upon: to gird on a sword.
    • To hit; smite.
    • To encircle; encircle; encompass; inclose.
    • To lash using the tongue; gibe; reproach seriously; taunt; upbraid.
    • to spend; clothe; gown; furnish; endue.
    • To leap or spring with physical violence; rush.
    • therefore— Figuratively, to brace the mind or character for work or trial.
    • To gibe; jeer; mock.
    • To bind or limit by encircling with any flexible product, as a cord, bandage, or fabric: since, to gird waist with a sash.
    • To hit; smite.
    • which will make quickly by binding; placed on by attaching or attaching: generally with on: to gird on a sword.
    • To lash with all the tongue; gibe; reproach severely; taunt; upbraid.
    • To surround; encircle; encompass; inclose.
    • To leap or spring with assault; rush.
    • to get; clothe; dress; furnish; endue.
    • To gibe; jeer; mock.
    • To bind or confine by encircling with any flexible product, as a cord, bandage, or cloth: because, to gird waist with a sash.
    • thus— Figuratively, to brace your brain or spirit for energy or trial.
    • which will make fast by binding; put on by attaching or attaching: usually with upon: to gird on a sword.
    • To bind or limit by encircling with any versatile material, as a cord, bandage, or fabric: because, to gird waistline with a sash.
    • To surround; encircle; encompass; inclose.
    • to create fast by binding; put-on by attaching or fastening: generally with on: to gird on a sword.
    • To bind or limit by encircling with any flexible product, as a cord, bandage, or cloth: since, to gird waistline with a sash.
    • to create fast by binding; apply by tying or fastening: typically with upon: to gird on a sword.
    • To encircle; encircle; encompass; inclose.
    • to take a position; clothe; dress; furnish; endue.
    • to take a position; clothe; gown; furnish; endue.
    • To surround; encircle; encompass; inclose.
    • ergo— Figuratively, to brace your head or spirit for just about any effort or test.
    • therefore— Figuratively, to brace your brain or nature for just about any energy or test.
    • to take a position; clothe; dress; furnish; endue.
    • To hit; smite.
    • ergo— Figuratively, to brace your head or spirit for work or test.
    • To lash using the tongue; gibe; reproach severely; taunt; upbraid.
    • To hit; smite.
    • To jump or spring with assault; rush.
    • To lash utilizing the tongue; gibe; reproach seriously; taunt; upbraid.
    • To strike; smite.
    • To jump or spring with violence; rush.
    • To bind or limit by encircling with any flexible material, as a cord, bandage, or cloth: as, to gird waist with a sash.
    • To gibe; jeer; mock.
    • To lash with all the tongue; gibe; reproach seriously; taunt; upbraid.
    • To hit; smite.
    • To jump or spring with physical violence; rush.
    • In order to make quickly by binding; apply by tying or attaching: usually with upon: to gird on a sword.
    • To gibe; jeer; mock.
    • To bind or confine by encircling with any versatile product, as a cord, bandage, or fabric: since, to gird waist with a sash.
    • To lash using tongue; gibe; reproach severely; taunt; upbraid.
    • To surround; encircle; encompass; inclose.
    • To gibe; jeer; mock.
    • In order to make quickly by binding; apply by tying or fastening: generally with upon: to gird on a sword.
    • To jump or spring with violence; dash.
    • To encircle; encircle; encompass; inclose.
    • to spend; clothe; dress; furnish; endue.
    • To gibe; jeer; mock.
    • to take a position; clothe; gown; furnish; endue.
    • therefore— Figuratively, to brace your brain or nature for effort or trial.
    • thus— Figuratively, to brace the mind or nature for energy or trial.
    • To strike; smite.
    • To hit; smite.
    • To lash with the tongue; gibe; reproach seriously; taunt; upbraid.
    • To leap or spring with violence; dash.
    • To lash utilizing the tongue; gibe; reproach severely; taunt; upbraid.
    • To gibe; jeer; mock.
    • To leap or spring with violence; dash.
    • To gibe; jeer; mock.

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