a loose-fitting, broad-sleeved white vestment, worn over the cassock by clergy and choristers.
a garment in which the two halves of the front cross diagonally.
a loose wide-sleeved liturgical vestment of linen, reaching to the knees, worn over the cassock by clergymen, choristers, and acolytes
noun 1. something that remains above what is used or needed. 2. an amount, quantity, etc., greater than needed. 3. agricultural produce or a quantity of food grown by a nation or area in excess of its needs, especially such a quantity of food purchased and stored by a governmental program of guaranteeing farmers a […]
noun 1. something that is surplus; an excess amount. 2. an excess of words. noun 1. (law) (in pleading, etc) irrelevant matter, such as a superfluous allegation 2. an excess of words 3. a less common word for surplus
noun, Geology. 1. a seismic wave that travels along or parallel to the earth’s surface (distinguished from body wave). surface wave A seismic wave that travels across the surface of the Earth as opposed to through it. Surface waves usually have larger amplitudes and longer wavelengths than body waves, and they travel more slowly than […]
[sur-fis-too-uhn-der-waw-ter, -wot-er] /ˈsɜr fɪs tuˈʌn dərˌwɔ tər, -ˌwɒt ər/ adjective 1. (of a missile, message, etc.) traveling from the surface of the earth to a target underwater. adverb 2. from the surface of the earth to a target underwater.