Definition of Simarre

1. a loose coat [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Simarre

silylene
silylenes
silylethynyl
silylformylation
silylium
silyloxy
silyls
silymarin
silymarins
silyne
silynes
sim
sima
simal
simar
simarre (current term)
simarres
simars
simaruba
simarubas
simas
simazine
simazines
simber
simblot
simblots
simbu group viruses
simethicone
simferite
simfile

Literary usage of Simarre

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1. Costume: Fanciful, Historical, and Theatrical by Mrs. Eliza Davis Aria, Eliza Aria, Percy Anderson (1906)
"This simarre was sometimes made open from neck to hem, and held together at the top by a square brooch ; and the sleeves were of two varieties, either quite ..."

2. Hours in My Garden, and Other Nature-sketches. by Alexander Hay Japp (1893)
"... because they are really winged, or perhaps because the seed in its envelope has a soft furry, silky lining, either from simarre, a woman's dress or ..."

3. Scott's Ivanhoe: A Romance by Walter Scott (1906)
"... each arranged in its own little spiral of twisted curls, fell down upon as much of a lovely neck and bosom as a simarre of the richest Persian silk, ..."

4. Ivanhoe by Walter Scott (1908)
"... each arranged in its own little spiral of twisted curls, fell down upon as much of a lovely neck and bosom as a simarre of the richest Persian silk, ..."

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