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vestments
Pronunciation: /ˈvɛstmənts/

Translation of vestments in Spanish:

plural noun

  • (Religion) (sometimes singular)
    Example sentences
    • The liturgical vestments worn by the priest also indicate this.
    • This holiday celebration began in the morning, with clergy clad in white vestments and a choir singing Gregorian chant.
    • Peg was gifted with her hands and made numerous vestments for the clergy through her association with the Apostolic Workers.

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