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

Instead of the amice we sometimes find a scarf or cloth tied in a knot around the neck, the ends falling down in front.

Others brought a cope of the colour of the day, with an amice, stole, and maniple.

The priest made the sign of the cross, and took up the amice from the vestments that lay folded on the altar.

By What Authority?Robert Hugh Benson

After Amice's death her son used the title and claimed the estates of that earldom.

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

On other occasions the girded alb and the amice are often worn by the deacon and subdeacon.

The Worship of the ChurchJacob A. Regester

The first vestment the priest puts on over the cassock is called an amice.

It is also said that Geoffrey took his name from his frequent pilgrimages to Rome, in which he wore the gray "palmer's amice."

But no one had seen the child that morning, and Amice declared he was not in the house.

Penshurst CastleEmma Marshall

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