Noun(1) to offer or accept a challenge(2) a glove of armored leather; protects the hand(3) a glove with long sleeve(4) a form of punishment in which a person is forced to run between two lines of men facing each other and armed with clubs or whips to beat the victim
(1) she had to run the gauntlet of male autograph seekers(2) they had to run the gauntlet of television cameras(3) In other words, the most successful stabilization force is one that wears both the mailed gauntlet and the velvet glove.(4) The gauntlet on the glove was to cover up the aluminum, so it wouldn't heat up in the light.(5) He donned the mail breastplate and leggings, and put on a pair of steel gauntlets and boots.(6) She had goldsmiths make a matching bracelet, which was always worn on her right wrist, over fingerless black gauntlets .(7) Today, again, she had to run the gauntlet of camera crews, and the fact that her lawyers have attempted to raise more interest in local media about this case has brought more local cameras here.(8) Both men are in complete armor; the duke's helmet and gauntlets lie at his sides, while Saint George, a dragon coiled around his legs, removes his helmet with his right hand.(9) This, it emerges, is reached by running the gauntlet alongside the entrance for the police vans and what look like the service entries for the dustbins and the meter readers.(10) They're made of goatskin, with extra-long gauntlets for up-to-the-elbow protection.(11) Her leather gauntlets were always a part of her attire, as falcon handling was one of her favorite hobbies.(12) Unofficial paths and access ways are now closed off to walkers, cyclists and horse riders, forcing them to run the gauntlet of the traffic on the roads to reach the dwindling recreation areas.(13) He dropped his swords and pummelled the paladin's helm with his armoured gauntlets , knocking him backwards and disorientating him for a second.(14) Larger objects may run the gauntlet of the atmosphere and reach the surface, but this is rare and only happens a few times a year.(15) Some knights were cited as wearing mail gloves under their plated gauntlets for added strength.(16) A calcium ion has to run the gauntlet of many, many molecules before it reaches a binding site.
(1) run the gauntlet :: rhedeg yr her
1. gantlet ::
Different Formsgauntlet, gauntlets
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