She too wears the mask and the cothurnus, and speaks to measure.
She wears the cothurnus, and her head is wreathed with vine leaves.
They never speak except ore rotundo, in cothurnus, or sometimes on stilts.
The Jack Pudding suddenly drew the cothurnus over his clogs.
cothurnus occupies a chair upon a platform, up-stage, centre, with two or three steps surrounding it on three sides.
Strolling companies of players will crack the dusty boards tonight with the tread of buskin and cothurnus.
His is a muse which never lays aside the cothurnus, and a royalty which never puts off its crown, even in sleep.
Agar, in peplos and cothurnus, recited the strophes once more.
The voice of cothurnus is one of the most important things in the acting play.