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  • adj. Clad in a toga; represented in art as wearing a toga

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Examples

  • Slight, not tall, his togate form moved with grace, dignity, and a strange aura of power—the power of one who had survived against all the odds, and emerged triumphant.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • David Kirwan -- Chione was a woman and so presumably never togate.

    What did the Romans wear under their togas?

  • I don't say nobody ever wore underwear, just that respectable togate men did without for practical reasons.

    What did the Romans wear under their togas?

  • Fifty years old and self-made, likes to dress when not obliged to be togate in a full-length robe of Tyrian purple, and full of detestable affectations of speech and manner.

    Fortune's Favorites

  • The men were togate, Mamercus with the purple border he could now wear thanks to his position as praetor peregrinus, and the Cottae, too young yet for purple-bordered togas, in plain white.

    Fortune's Favorites

  • A voice rang out, a togate figure leaped to his feet: Quintus Lucretius Ofella.

    Fortune's Favorites

  • He sallied forth from his house to relish the novelty of walking behind no less than twelve togate lictors who carried on their shoulders the bundle of rods ritually bound with red leather thongs.

    The Grass Crown

  • When word came that the King was approaching, a togate Marius walked out into the portico of the palace and stood on the top step unattended.

    The Grass Crown

  • "I am not a demagogue," he said to the hushed rows of togate senators inside the Curia Hostilia.

    The Grass Crown

  • That Mithridates would take his army home, he had no doubt; but where had he seen togate Romans?

    The Grass Crown

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