Chimere



[chi-meer, shi-] /tʃɪˈmɪər, ʃɪ-/

noun
1.
a loose upper robe, especially of a bishop, to which the lawn sleeves are usually attached.
/tʃɪˈmɪə; ʃɪ-/
noun
1.
(Anglican Church) a sleeveless red or black gown, part of a bishop’s formal dress though not a vestment

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