Definition of 'wimple'
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Example sentences containing 'wimple'
A nun, fashionable in her pink lace-edged wimple, lifted her skirts and thick white petticoats, her little nose wrinkling at the smells.A SHRINE OF MURDERS (2004) STAGE FRIGHT (2004)
Her garments this time were a pale lilac and a section of her wimple was wound around her neck, shielding her throat.THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE (2004)
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