Results for stole

Definitions of stole:

part of speech: noun

A long, narrow scarf fringed at the ends and worn over the shoulders by bishops and priests.

part of speech: noun

A long robe or garment reaching to the feet: a long, narrow scarf with fringed ends worn by a priest.

part of speech: past tense

Of the verb steal.

part of speech: noun

A long narrow scarf of silk or stuff, fringed at the ends, and often richly embroidered, worn by R. Cath. and Anglican clergymen crossed on the breast, and hanging on each side nearly to the ground.

part of speech: noun

In bot., a lax trailing branch given off at the summit of the root, and taking root at intervals.

part of speech: noun

Pa. t. of STEAL.

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