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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

Clad in or as if in a one-piece cloak worn by men in ancient Rome

Usage examples (7)
  • He struck the same pose as the little togaed Greek on the label, waving cheerily.
  • We left them on a sort of platform which had been built for them upon the pedestal of the famous knee-breeches-and-cocked-hat statue of the First Napoleon, which was replaced...
  • Rome's victory upon their banners, and upheld the throne of the purple-togaed prince who rode before them.
  • Laziale on the other, the surprise of suddenly coming on a rude stone cottage, with headless statues of athletes and togaed Romans built into its rough walls. for more
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