from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Wearing a black stole; hence, clothed or robed in black.
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No more in thy purple raiment, Cypris, do thou sleep; arise, thou wretched one, sable-stoled, and beat thy breasts, and say to all, 'He hath perished, the lovely Adonis!'
The sable-stoled Sorcerers bear his worshipt Ark. 220
Sometimes I catch him casting a waggish twinkle at me over the very shoulder of my blackest worry, rainbow wings and head that is devil-may-care trying to get at me from behind her sable-stoled form.
The sable-stoled sorcerers bear his worshipp'd ark.
Comes a surer soothsayer sorrowing, sable-stoled as birds of night.
The sable-stoled sorcerers bear his worshipped ark: