Definition of Liripipes

1. Noun. (plural of liripipe) ¹



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Definition of Liripipes

1. liripipe [n] - See also: liripipe

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Liripipes

liquours
lira
liraglutide
liras
lirate
lire
lirella
lirellae
lirelliform
liri
liriodendron
liriodendrons
liriope
liriopes
liripipe
liripipes (current term)
lirk
lirked
lirking
lirks
liroconite
lirot
liroth
lirt
lis
lis pendens
lisdexamfetamine
lisencephaly

Literary usage of Liripipes

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1. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Fitzwilliam Museum by Montague Rhodes James (1895)
"They all wear gowns and capes with hoods attached, ending in long liripipes. 186. STATUTES. Vellum, 81 x 6\, ff. 357, 29 lines to a page. Cent, xv (1460). ..."

2. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1895)
"... from under the cape hang the long liripipes or streamers of the hood. Round the hips was an ornamented belt, and the legs were clothed in tight hose. ..."

3. Costume of Colonial Times by Alice Morse Earle (1894)
"liripipes. Pendent streamers to a hood or head-dress, often long enough to hang ... These liripipes were of gauze or ribbons and were not used as strings, ..."

4. Transactions by Ecclesiological Society (1900)
"... archbishop of Canterbury, and the convocation of his province forbade in 1460 the use of "hoods with short liripipes commonly called Tippets" in public ..."

5. Two Centuries of Costume in America, MDCXX-MDCCCXX by Alice Morse Earle (1903)
"... cross-cloths and chin-clouts, commodes and towers, veils and dominoes, lappets and liripipes, fontanges and shades, mobs and nightcaps, ..."

6. English Costume by Dion Clayton Calthrop (1906)
"... which is jagged at the hem; some are close about the neck and are plain ; some have long liripipes falling from the peak of the hood, and others have a ..."

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