cassock

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  • He had removed his cassock when some one opened the door. Cited from The Christian, by Hall Caine
  • They saw him a minute later appear in the square, having thrown aside his cassock. Cited from In Kedar's Tents, Henry Seton Merriman
  • Three days later he received his cassock and entered at once upon his noviceship. Cited from The story of Saint Stanislaus Kostka, by W.T. Kane
  • Many wear the cassock only when present among the church community or attending to church business.
  • Then he began to feel his pockets, passing his hands down his worn cassock. Cited from In Kedar's Tents, Henry Seton Merriman
  • The whole little court in cassocks went into ecstacies over this play upon words. Cited from Notre-Dame de Paris, by Victor Hugo
  • School was just out; and behind the children followed a man in the black cassock of a priest. Cited from The Guests Of Hercules, by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  • She had never seen a uniform like that long black cassock. Cited from Apples, Ripe and Rosy, Sir, by Mary Catherine Crowley
  • A moment afterwards the Pope entered in his black cassock as a priest. Cited from The Eternal City, by Hall Caine
  • He took it in his cassock and carried it off. Cited from Notre-Dame de Paris, by Victor Hugo
  • His strength, size and energy made him more suitable for an army uniform than for a cassock.
  • The man in the cassock takes five steps along the road and stops. Cited from The Horse-Stealers and Other Stories, by Anton Chekhov
  • What sort of a priest's cassock have you got on? Cited from Taras Bulba, et. al, by Nikolai Gogol
  • He wore a new cassock and carried his broad-brimmed hat under his arm. Cited from The Octopus, by Frank Norris [A California Story]2
  • He offered his services and began rolling up the sleeves of his cassock. Cited from Une Vie, by Guy de Maupassant
  • The good, kind man put on his trousers as quickly as he could, and came down without his cassock. Cited from The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Vol. 1 (of 8), by Guy de Maupassant
  • Was there nothing left of a man beneath his cassock? Cited from The Shadow of the Cathedral, by Vicente Blasco Ibanez
  • He came out of his cell at once, wearing his purple cassock. Cited from France in the Nineteenth Century, by Elizabeth Latimer
  • He's an old angel, with as good a heart as ever beat under a cassock. Cited from The Woman Thou Gavest Me, by Hall Caine
  • He there wore, as he himself says, the oldest and most worn of cassocks. Cited from Thrift, by Samuel Smiles
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Meaning of cassock

  • noun A black garment reaching down to the ankles; worn by priests or choristers