Thesaurus / alb
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On some he put their stole, on others their amice, on the deacons the alb.

I got up, and went to Alb, who was standing silent at the wheel.

It results from removing the chasuble and expanding the alb.

Rites and RitualPhilip Freeman

Who ever heard of Alb Kennedy since he went ter Berling as he told us for to mike his fortune?

Aladdin of LondonSir Max Pemberton

Upon the chasuble La Teuse next laid out the stole, the maniple, the girdle, alb and amice.

Subucula, sū-buk′ū-la, n. a man's under-garment or shirt: in the early English church, a kind of cassock worn under the alb.

So I could see the priest in cassock, alb and stole as he would stand before some makeshift altar lit with candles.

Alb was in the ascendant, and the gilt had not had time to wear off the gingerbread before we arrived at Arnhem.

I stared in gentle amazement; then, glancing quickly at Alb, appeared suddenly to apprehend his meaning.

He is represented kneeling, clothed in a most rich cope and alb, on which is designed the Stafford knot.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.