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Origin of gaberdine
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How to use gaberdine in a sentence
He was old, and his woollen gaberdine still reeked of the stinking artemisia of the mountain passes.Kim|Rudyard Kipling
A picturesque grey-headed and grey-bearded old Jew, in a shovel-hat and gaberdine.'Our Mutual Friend|Charles Dickens
He wore a black gaberdine and a large hat with a turned-down brim.My Memoirs|Marguerite Steinheil
I promised, as the price of your admission, to hide me under his bearish gaberdine, and prompt him in the hour of need.Kenilworth|Sir Walter Scott
A shrivelled arm, a dropsied leg, were to Ribera what a breast-plate and a gaberdine were to Rembrandt.