Definition of Chasubles

1. Noun. (plural of chasuble) ¹



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Definition of Chasubles

1. chasuble [n] - See also: chasuble

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chasubles

chastities
chastity belts
chastity cage
chastity cages
chastize
chastized
chastizes
chastizing
chasts
chastushka
chastushkas
chasuble
chasubles (current term)
chat
chat-room
chat-rooms
chat-up line
chat line
chat room
chat rooms
chat show
chat shows
chatathon
chatathons
chatbot

Literary usage of Chasubles

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1. Animal Symbolism in Ecclesiastical Architecture by Edward Payson Evans (1896)
"... the fall of man—Julius Caesar's queer account of the elk—Elephants embroidered on chasubles—Four characteristics of the serpent—Artistic and poetic uses ..."

2. Henry Viii and the English Monasteries: An Attempt to Illustrate the History by Francis Aidan Gasquet (1893)
"Ancient inventories show that there were in the monastic sacristies many copes, chasubles, and much other altar furniture, of gold and silver cloth, ..."

3. Transactions by Ecclesiological Society, William Angus Knight, Wordsworth Society (1900)
"Du Molinet speaks in his preface of these surplices made like chasubles. He says that you may still see in some places a sort of surplice without sleeves, ..."

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