noun, plural scap·u·lar·ies.
Examples from the Web for scapulary
The scapulary, with its sacred image of Mary worn next the heart, is a great shield against this love of the world.
Accidentally his eyes fell upon a scapulary that had dropped near the threshold.
Death, grotesquely crowned with flags, seizes the poor Abbess by her scapulary.The Dance of Death|Francis Douce
His was the scapulary which my father had inextricably grasped in the death 'scrimmage.'The Red River Half-Breed|Gustave Aimard
Finding therein the letter of absolution, he ran his eye hurriedly over the latter, and at once replaced it in the scapulary.