(of a baseball catcher) Catch, deflect, or touch (the ball) with one's glove
A covering for the hand worn for protection against cold or dirt and typically having separate parts for each finger and the thumb
A padded protective covering for the hand used in boxing, baseball, and other sports
baseball glove: the handwear used by fielders in playing baseball
handwear: covers the hand and wrist
boxing glove: boxing equipment consisting of big and padded coverings for the fists of the fighters; worn for the sport of boxing
(gloved) having the hands covered with gloves
A glove (Middle English from Old English glof) is a garment covering the hand. Gloves have separate sheaths or openings for each finger and the thumb; if there is an opening but no covering sheath for each finger they are called "fingerless gloves". ...
There are three styles of gloves worn by ice hockey players. Skaters wear similar gloves on each hand, while goaltenders wear gloves of different types on each hand.
Lacrosse gloves are heavily-padded, protective gloves worn by men's lacrosse players. The gloves are designed to protect players' hands, wrists, and forearms from checks, or legal defensive hitting common in the sport. ...
The Glove was a short-lived one-off alternative rock supergroup, formed in 1982 by the Cure's Robert Smith and Siouxsie and the Banshees' Steven Severin.
This is a list of episodes for the Cartoon Network animated television series Courage the Cowardly Dog. The series originally ran for four seasons from November 12, 1999 to November 22, 2002.
The Glove (also known as The Glove: Lethal Terminator) is a 1979 action film directed by cult actor Ross Hagen and starring John Saxon. ...
An item of clothing other than a mitten, covering all or part of the hand and fingers, but allowing independent movement of the fingers; The ability to catch a hit ball; To catch the ball in a baseball mitt; To put on a glove
(Gloves) Leather, cloth or rubber gloves worn while inspecting bees.
Gloves are valuable to spearfishermen who desire to maintain a sense of safety or access more dangerous areas, such as those between coral, that could otherwise not be reached without use of the hands. ...
(Gloves) Nylon, one size fits all. White gloves are worn with "Full Dress" or "White Tie" attire.
(GLOVES) Used when lifting heavier lanterns or other equipment.
(GLOVES) White hind legs in a brown or bicolor cat, you finish above or below the Hock. See also mittens.
(Gloves) Designed to be tight around the wrist to restrict circulation, but not so close fitting as to allow any manual dexterity; they should also admit moisture from the outside without permitting any dampness within to escape.
(Gloves) Hand coverings, originally white but invariably soiled by the time of the performance, worn sometimes as part of band uniforms.
(Gloves) Hot shops normally require two kinds of gloves: leather welding gloves for handling ordinary hot materials and ceramic fiber/Kevlar for handling hot solid glass in the 600-1000°F. ...
(Gloves) Long an indispensable part of the kit for goalkeepers. They now have a special adhesive quality that makes it easier to catch, grip and hang on to the ball. ...
(Gloves) The white-tipped front paws of a Birman cat
(Gloves) To dream of wearing new gloves, denotes that you will be cautious and economical in your dealings with others, but not mercenary. You will have law suits, or business troubles, but will settle them satisfactorily to yourself. ...
(Gloves) When caregivers deal with blood and body fluids, the best protection is intact skin and hand washing. Disposable latex or vinyl gloves provide added protection. ...
(Gloves) commonly refers to the gloves specifically designed for use by goalkeepers.
(Gloves) differ from road touring gloves, are made of heavier construction, and often have covered thumbs or all fingers covered for hand protection. They are sometimes made with high-impact Kevlar and carbon fiber knuckles. Regular leather baseball gloves can also be used. ...