Stoles



noun
1.
an ecclesiastical vestment consisting of a narrow strip of silk or other material worn over the shoulders or, by deacons, over the left shoulder only, and arranged to hang down in front to the knee or below.
Compare tippet (def 2).
2.
a woman’s shoulder scarf of fur, marabou, silk, or other material.
Compare tippet (def 1).
3.
a long robe, especially one worn by the matrons of ancient Rome.
verb
1.
the past tense of steal
noun
1.
a long scarf or shawl, worn by women
2.
a long narrow scarf worn by various officiating clergymen

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