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tunic

Anatomy Botany Zoology a covering, lining, or enveloping membrane of an organ or part
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Presently the boy took a ball from his tunic, and, pointing at a little bush near them, said, "Stand you there, Lady Maud, by yonder bush, I would play at toss.
and see that not only your tunics are fresh, but your swords bright and your bows and arrows fit.
Their arms and necks were encircled by many ornaments of metal--silver predominating--and on their tunics were sewn the heads of tiny reptiles in odd and rather artistic designs.
Stripped to the skin, I donned the red-deerskin tunic, the leopard-tail, the golden fillet, armlets and leg-ornaments of a Galu, with the belt, scabbard and knife, the shield, spear, bow and arrow and the long rope which I learned now for the first time is the distinctive weapon of the Galu warrior.
In so far as the sensation was concerned, I might as well have been entirely naked, so short and light was the tunic.
Where all this difference then between the ermine cloak and the leathern tunic, if what they cover is the same?
He had exchanged his shirt of mail for an under tunic of dark purple silk, garnished with furs, over which flowed his long robe of spotless white, in ample folds.
Her head and neck, shoulders, ears, arms, hands, and toes were loaded down with jewels and gems with bracelets, earrings, and rings; while a tunic bordered with gold, and covered with a light muslin robe, betrayed the outline of her form.
Get equally moody in Monsoon's Titiana tunic, pounds 149, below.
Cut a dash at your family's festive feast with this Fair Isle knit tunic dress for pounds 23.
He will wear the famous scarlet tunic of The Irish Guards.
Kaliko also has a teal and multi-colour winter floral 50s-style satin dress and fur shawl for pounds 119 and Kaleidoscope has a sequin tunic dress for pounds 45.