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He leaves to Sir Thomas of Langton, chaplain, a toga of sanguine color furred; a chalice worth 40s., or 40s.
He gave his boy his toga, or, as we should say, made a man of him.
This is the token of manhood, as the receiving of the toga is with us.
The old gentleman fumbled in his toga, found a monocle, screwed it firmly into his eye, and inspected Harroll from head to heel.
In doublet or jack boots or war bonnet, in a toga, even, he might have mastered the dilemma and carried off a dubious situation.
It was thus that Augustus Melmotte wrapped his toga around him before his death!
"Then we give you war," said Fabius, shaking out the folds of the toga.
A strong undiapered camblet, used for garments in the Levant and in Barbary; anciently it formed the Roman toga.
In the classical period it seems to have been wrapped around the figure, much as the toga was.
While he was speaking a buffoon bespattered his toga with some filth.