- Surgery. a shoulder dressing that keeps the shoulder or another bandage in place.
Origin of scapulary
Examples from the Web for scapulary
Historical Examples of scapulary
Nobody, under the scapulary, will suspect such a heretic as him.History Of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. VII. (of XXI.)
At his right hand sat the priest in a white cassock and scapulary.
Oh, in that case, I did right in giving him my scapulary as a pledge of remembrance.The Smuggler Chief
And they answered, 'We wear the scapulary of Mary, and she saves us.'
Paslew was habited in the Cistercian gown, and scapulary of white cloth.