Definition of spatterdash in English:

spatterdash

Line breaks: spat¦ter|dash
Pronunciation: /ˈspatədaʃ
 
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noun

(usually spatterdashes) historical
A long gaiter or legging worn to keep stockings or trousers clean, especially when riding.
More example sentences
  • The spatterdashes date from 1748 when the Artillery wore them for the first time in any British Corps.
  • Fabric spats, or spatterdashes, were worn over walking shoes around the turn of the 20th century.
  • Under hot, dry conditions the spatterdash should be wetted to ensure satisfactory hardening.

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