Crossword clues for gloved
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
gloved \gloved\ adj. having the hands covered with gloves. Opposite of gloveless.
wearing gloves v
(en-past of: glove)
adj. having the hands covered with gloves [ant: gloveless]
Usage examples of "gloved".
In his gloved hands was the small money chest Brenn had been carrying around with him.
As a last precaution he checked each gloved hand, making certain the cabretta leather fit perfectly over his slender fingers.
They inspected it all and felt cautiously of the dehorner, its sharp cupped blood-encrusted ends, and they edged up to the smudge pot and held out their gloved hands to its gassy heat.
Unbathed, unshaven, heartily in need of mulled wine to cut the inhospitable northcoast chill, Lord Diegan drummed his gloved fingers on the hilts of his weapons and allowed that he had not.
They keep their eyes on the newspaper, or their own gloved hands folded in their laps or, when all else fails, the advertisements posted above the heads of the passengers opposite.
A rifleman, in full regalia - and looking well steamed - stood at attention in front of Folsom, white - gloved hands stiffly at the seams of trousers.
Flame lay stretched out, the top of her head nearly brushing that of the driver, her gloved hands tight on the garrote around his neck.
Nearly six lithe feet of her, and unmistakably great handloomed tweeds in conservative cut, lizard purse and walking shoes and hair chestnut-brown and gleaming with health, styled with no trickery, bobbing to her resolute stride, and one gloved finger hooked through the string of a parcel wrapped in gold foil paper, and on her mouth a lovely secret smile, perhaps part memory, part anticipation, and part appreciation of the day and of the good feel of taking long strides, and part being lovely and young.
She wore not a hoopskirt, but a plum-colored velvet street- or shopping-garment, with flounces, and a long train she had to pick up in a gloved hand whose lace fell over her fingers.
But it was a snowy, sleepy night, and she had to grasp the rope with a numb, gloved hand, rouse the sleeping horses inside, and ring fit to wake the whole town, telling them there was a rider in from a dark that seemed deeper and more threatening at their backs now that they had the gate in front of them than it had a moment ago out in the midst of the storm.
He opened his hotbox, reached in with a gloved hand, and extracted a hot pie.
He set an affectionate gloved hand on the instrument panel in front of him.
He craned over the screen, seeing an Oerlikon gunner directly below him, strapped by his harness, while his gloved hand beat an urgent tattoo on the breech as his assistant hoisted a full maga zine into place.
He turned toward the Sandman, triggered the Flamer in his gloved hand.
He stood there in his usual clothes, gloved as always aginst the chilly wind, darkening the day.