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surplice Saltos de línea: sur|plice
Pronunciación: /ˈsəːplɪs/

Definición de surplice en inglés:

sustantivo

Imagen de surplice
A loose white linen vestment varying from hip-length to calf-length, worn over a cassock by clergy and choristers at Christian church services.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Powerful lights made their white surplices glow like neon, and the pulpitted priest seemed to be borne aloft on a cloud of pure radiance.
  • White T-shirts, white jeans, white ponchos, even white surplices stood out in the hot July sun.
  • Once I had stuffed myself behind the wheel with my surplice billowing around me like a collapsed parachute, I switched into passive mode.

Origen

Middle English: from Old French sourpelis, from medieval Latin superpellicium, from super- 'above' + pellicia 'fur garment'.

Derivados

surpliced

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Pronunciación: /ˈsəːplɪst/
adjetivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The introduction of the surpliced choir in England has been associated with the Cambridge Camden Society.
  • We had banners, chanting, and a number of surpliced clergy, besides a large congregation.
  • Gradually a surpliced choir began to lead the music.

Palabras que riman con surplice

chrysalis • amice • premise

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