But,” questioned Kearney, “may I ask why you are habited as I now see you?
No rescue came, and he was led, yet habited in his armour, to the block.
Ernst too was habited in a richer dress than he had ever before worn.
An entire corner of this charming spot was in habited by bees.
The President was in scarlet, having before been habited in black.
This is devoid of all reference to persons and habited places.
She is habited as a nun, for she founded the Convent of Longchamps, and died there, its abbess.
Although he was habited more plainly than any, he was like a king in their midst.
When clothed it is termed either "vested" or "habited" (Fig. 268).
The Countess is habited in an heraldic mantle of crosses crosslet.