Origin of cothurnus
OTHER WORDS FROM cothurnusco·thur·nal, adjective
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How to use cothurnus in a sentence
Talma moved the people to enthusiasm when he played the “Horatii” of Corneille in the classic cothurnus.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 1 (of 4)|Richard Muther
They never speak except ore rotundo, in cothurnus, or sometimes on stilts.
His is a muse which never lays aside the cothurnus, and a royalty which never puts off its crown, even in sleep.
Cothurnus occupies a chair upon a platform, up-stage, centre, with two or three steps surrounding it on three sides.Aria da Capo|Edna St. Vincent Millay
The Jack Pudding suddenly drew the cothurnus over his clogs.