Definition of Caftaned
1. caftan [adj] - See also: caftan
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Literary usage of Caftaned
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Voice of Jerusalem by Israel Zangwill (1921)
"Though the worm-eaten traditions of these caftaned ancients cannot be resurrected as they dream, yet must the true inwardness of their dream be respected. ..."
2. Ivanhoe: A Romance by Walter Scott (1895)
"... and caftaned damsel who stood before him, — "I pray you, gentle maiden, of your courtesy " — But here he was interrupted by his fair physician, ..."
3. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1887)
"Then shalt thou take the hand of yonder caftaned wretch with flowing curls and gold- pierced ears; ID. Who crawls blinking forth from the loathsome recesses ..."
4. Werner's Readings and Recitations (1891)
"... yellow-caftaned Jews, Chattering, hustling, shuffling. At their head Marched Rabbi Jochanan Ben-Eleazar, High-priest in Prague, oldest and most revered. ..."
5. By-ways of Europe by Bayard Taylor (1869)
"forms were scattered among the dark anchorites, who occupied one end of the table, while the bourgeoisie, with here and there a blue-caftaned peasant wedged ..."