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armill

or ar·mil

[ ahr-mil ]
/ ˈɑr mɪl /
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noun

a garment resembling a stole, worn by a British king at his coronation.

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Also ar·mil·la [ahr-mil-uh] /ɑrˈmɪl ə/ .

Origin of armill

First recorded in 1425–75; late Middle English armille “bracelet,” from Middle French, from Latin armilla. See armillary
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Example sentences from the Web for armill

  • Receive this armill as a token of the divine mercy embracing you on every side.

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