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Definition of Costumey
1. of or pertaining to a costume [adj]
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Literary usage of Costumey
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Once a Week by Eneas Sweetland Dallas (1860)
"... too costumey. ' The fact was, he delighted more in the rich brown of old rags than he did in the bright colours of new lace and new cloth. ..."
2. Theodore Thomas, a Musical Autobiography by Theodore Thomas, George Putnam Upton (1905)
"Second Concert, July 18. Overture, "Ruy Blas," Mendelssohn; "Legends," Nos. 1, 2, and 3, Dvorak; " Bal CostumeY' Rubinstein; Prelude, "The Deluge," Saint- ..."
3. Home service; or, Scenes and characters from life, at out and headquarters by Benson Earle Hill (1839)
"... Lee found the " costumey" as he called it, and thus aided, we played to a house crammed to the ceiling. Where all did their best, it might appear ..."