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- adj. Dressed in a cassock.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Clothed with a cassock.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Clothed with a cassock.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. dressed in a cassock
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Painting and dance also played a role: Aided by skillful lighting, the director created some striking tableaux that looked like Old Master paintings, and his choreographic style with crowds made the final massacre, with cassocked men slitting the throats of women, into a horrific dance of death.
He towered over the astonished American and waved a cassocked arm toward our host.
Leah took a moment to look around and get her bearings before following the white-cassocked Father Gerard and the others on a tour of the compound.
In those same colleges, there is a plague of cassocked thugs and mercenary professors.
This monstrous deed shows the inner working of the enemies of the revolution, of the cassocked myrmidons.
That is why some of these cassocked henchmen, far from the true preachings of Christ, began giving counterrevolutionary sermons in the churches and writing parochial pamphlets that the very catholics, the very faithful, received with the national anthem on their lips.
Then his eye caught a singular decoration fastened to the door, a paper silhouette, blackened with charcoal, the shape of a cassocked priest.
The Parson was a cassocked whirlwind in his wrath.
Bringing up the rear two cassocked priests served to give this pageantry a touch of prophetic grimness.
Here the Spanish cavalier, with sword and muffling cape, stalked through the gloom to some intrigue of love or villainy, and here passed cassocked priest and barefooted friars, long years ago.