Gird [verb]

Definition of Gird:

encircle; strengthen

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Sentence/Example of Gird:

America’s police departments are girding for disruptions at the polls.

So, spend a little time girding yourself for the fact that if you’re doing it right, your life is going to change.

Thou therefore gird up thy loins, and arise, and speak to them all that I command thee.

In order to protect yourself from all evils, gird yourself with the rope with which a criminal has been hung.

My subordinates may gird their loins to leap and run and gesticulate, shedding their own blood the while in crimson streams.

Now gird thee well for courage, My knight of twenty year, Against the marching morrows That fill the world with fear!

But the men here think it but fair; gird about their loins and set about working their way through.

Gird yourself for the new duties and responsibilities that have come upon you.

When he is gone, we try to shake off the despondent feeling that has seized us, and gird ourselves anew for the battle of life.

Wherefore gird up your loins lest ye be found among the wicked.