Definition of gaitered in English:

gaitered

Pronunciation /ˈɡādərd/ /ˈɡeɪdərd/

adjective

See gaiter

‘Trousers and gaitered trousers are the preferred uniform item for the British Army late war impression.’
  • ‘They wear dark blue coats with red facings and lining, and white small clothes with gaitered trousers.’
  • ‘I was all gaitered up but a lot of the day was spend jumping from log to grass tussock and back to log.’
  • ‘One afternoon we were sitting in the bar when a green-faced bishop stretched out his gaitered leg and tripped up a rosy-faced mandarin from Whitehall.’