His was the scapulary which my father had inextricably grasped in the death 'scrimmage.'
Nobody, under the scapulary, will suspect such a heretic as him.
The Dressing is to be supported in like manner with the Napkin and scapulary.
Oh, in that case, I did right in giving him my scapulary as a pledge of remembrance.
At his right hand sat the priest in a white cassock and scapulary.
Paslew was habited in the Cistercian gown, and scapulary of white cloth.
Those who abjured as slightly suspected of heresy, wore the scapulary of yellow stuff without the cross.
She was also ordered to take a draught with a dram of æther twice a day, and to have scapulary issues.
Death, grotesquely crowned with flags, seizes the poor Abbess by her scapulary.
The two ends of the scapulary are fasten'd before and behind to the Napkin.