Definitions

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  • adjective Wearing a wimple.

Etymologies

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wimple +‎ -ed

Examples

  • I can still remember "our" nun, Sister Carmela, a drill sergeant of a woman, wimpled and veiled, with long swishy robes and a lethal black crucifix hanging from a hidden string of rosary beads, which she used with Terminator precision to punish miscreants.

    Me and Sister Carmela

  • It looks attractive on the menu, but really, you'd be much better off with the wimpled and spartan grain or pulse.

    The Broad and Narrow Way

  • It looks attractive on the menu, but really, you'd be much better off with the wimpled and spartan grain or pulse.

    The Broad and Narrow Way

  • You could see them standing in the amber current where the white edges of their fins wimpled softly in the flow.

    Entropic Realism and ‘The Road’ « Gerry Canavan

  • The very tangible result: industry rumor has it that a couple of years back, a major publishing house required a writer who spent a significant amount of time living with cloistered nuns to obtained signed releases from each and every one of the wimpled ones, swearing that they would not sue the publisher over the book.

    Author! Author! » Blog Archive » Pitching 101, part III: blind trust and why it has no place in the pitching or querying processes

  • Sister Amelia looked like a hobbit in a wimpled habit: about 5 feet tall, a hundred and fifty pounds, Mediterranean-brown skin, inch-thick glasses and a look like she was trying to read biblical Greek written on the face of who- or whatever she was looking at.

    The first paragraph contest thread

  • This is very similar to the detailed, ornate, velvety and yet touchingly naive backdrops of those medieval scenes, that can be glimpsed through narrow windows in front of which wimpled ladies exchange devotional books with chivalrous gentlemen.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • This is very similar to the detailed, ornate, velvety and yet touchingly naive backdrops of those medieval scenes, that can be glimpsed through narrow windows in front of which wimpled ladies exchange devotional books with chivalrous gentlemen.

    The Garden

  • The very tangible result: industry rumor has it that a couple of years back, a major publishing house required a writer who spent a significant amount of time living with cloistered nuns to obtained signed releases from each and every one of the wimpled ones, swearing that they would not sue the publisher over the book.

    Author! Author! » 2008 » June

  • The very tangible result: industry rumor has it that a couple of years back, a major publishing house required a writer who spent a significant amount of time living with cloistered nuns to obtained signed releases from each and every one of the wimpled ones, swearing that they would not sue the publisher over the book.

    Author! Author! » Blog Archive » The times they are a-changin’ — but it’s hard to tell whether it’s for better or worse

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