Thesaurus / toga

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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.

The Life of CiceroAnthony Trollope

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.

The Life of the PartyIrvin Shrewsbury Cobb

It was thus that Augustus Melmotte wrapped his toga around him before his death!

The Way We Live NowAnthony Trollope

"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.

The Sailor's Word-BookWilliam Henry Smyth

In the classical period it seems to have been wrapped around the figure, much as the toga was.

The Private Life of the RomansHarold Whetstone Johnston

While he was speaking a buffoon bespattered his toga with some filth.

Lords of the WorldAlfred John Church

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