garment[ gahr-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF garment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GARMENT
The edge of the garment was curiously wrought with golden palm leaves.
The garment is tubular and unprovided with hinges at the points of flexion.
But they were like spinners for some Power that said of life, as of a garment, Thus it must be.
The meanings are in those forms already, else they could be no garment of unveiling.
Simple truth was its crown, and grace was the garment of it.
She dropped the lace in her basket and began to fold the garment.
Not a comb nor a razor left; not a garment to make myself decent in!
And now it returned to him and fell about him like a garment, clothing body and soul.
Pilosace is from two Greek words, pilos, felt; sakos, garment.
I caught a sight of the inwards of his garment, and took the flame.