He said never a word, but in a trice had his knife out, cut off his puttee and looked at his ankle.
He slid the pencil down into his puttee and stood up, bowing.
A soldier lay on his back with his rifle beside him, his left foot merely held on by his puttee.
Mrs. puttee and her eldest son saw me off at Euston Station.
Personally I had no other headgear of any kind, except a sort of Glengarry made of pieces of puttee stitched together.
Then in a series of frenzied curses Wiley stripped off his puttee and felt of his injured 39leg.
“Dunno,” McGee answered, looking at the puttee roll in his hand.
He walked ahead as fast as he could, his puttee still dragging behind him.
Another difference was that the Americans wore a light gaiter, instead of the puttee.
His wounded arm had given out, and he had the limb supported in a sling made from a puttee.
1875, from Hindi patti "band, bandage," from Sanskrit pattah "strip of cloth."