gaberdine definition

  • noun:
    • a lengthy, coarse cloak or frock used specially by Jews during Middle Ages. Also referred to as gabardine.
    • Chiefly British A loose smock worn by laborers.
    • See gabardine.
    • a lengthy cloak.
    • identify gabardine.
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    • a loose coverall (coating or frock) achieving down to the ankles
    • an extended, coarse cloak or frock worn particularly by Jews during the old. Also called gabardine.
    • Chiefly British A loose smock worn by laborers.
    • identify gabardine.
    • an extended cloak.
    • See gabardine.
    • See gabardine.
    • a loose coverall (coating or frock) reaching down seriously to the ankles
    • a lengthy, coarse cloak or frock worn specifically by Jews during the dark ages. Also referred to as gabardine.
    • Chiefly British A loose smock donned by laborers.
    • an extended, coarse cloak or frock worn specially by Jews through the old. Also referred to as gabardine.
    • identify gabardine.
    • Chiefly British A loose smock donned by laborers.
    • an extended cloak.
    • identify gabardine.
    • See gabardine.
    • See gabardine.
    • an extended cloak.
    • a loose coverall (coating or frock) achieving down to the ankles
    • See gabardine.
    • See gabardine.
    • a loose coverall (layer or frock) achieving down to the legs

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