a sleeveless outer vestment worn by the celebrant at Mass.
- chas·u·bled, adjective
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How to use chasuble in a sentence
"He doesn't know the difference between a chasuble and a black gown," said Michael.Sinister Street, vol. 1 | Compton Mackenzie
He wore, I think, a chasuble, the day when first we met; A stole and snowy alb likewise: I recollect it yet.East and West: Poems | Bret Harte
But, whatsoe'er they do or say, I'll build a Christian's hope On incense and on altar-lights, on chasuble and cope.East and West: Poems | Bret Harte
There was a worn place in a chasuble that needed some touches of her needle; Father Anselm had asked her to see to it.Through the Wall | Cleveland Moffett
Amphibalus, am-fib′a-lus, n. an ecclesiastical vestment like the chasuble.
British Dictionary definitions for chasuble
Christianity a long sleeveless outer vestment worn by a priest when celebrating Mass
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