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part of speech: noun

A loose frock worn by females and boys: in R. Cath. Church, a long under- garment worn by the officiating clergy: ( anat.) a membrane that covers some organ: ( bot.) a covering, as of a seed: ( mil.) the coat at present worn by English soldiers on full- dress occasions.

part of speech: noun

A long under garment worn by an officiating clergyman in the R. Cath. Ch.; a loose frock or dress worn by females and boys, drawn in at the waist and reaching only a little way below it; a natural covering; a seed- cover.

part of speech: noun

An undergarment worn by both the men and women of the ancient Romans; a loose kind of frock worn by women and boys; a kind of military coat.

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