cloth of fine linen or silk, used especially for shrouds.
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How to use sindon in a sentence
Herodotus says the mummy cloths were of “byssine sindon,” which may be translated “linen cloth.”Needlework As Art | Marian Alford
Instead of the plural are, Old English had beoth and sind or sindon, same as the German sind.An English Grammar | W. M. Baskervill and J. W. Sewell
Their only dress is a sindon or cloak, out of which they put forth one arm.
The material used, in addition to sendal, was worsted, sindon and cloth of Aylsham.British Flags | W. G. Perrin
Serapion the Sindonite was so called because he wore nothing but a sindon, or linen shirt.The Hermits | Charles Kingsley