Sackcloth

Sack"cloth`

(?; 115), n. Linen or cotton cloth such as sacks are made of; coarse cloth; anciently, a cloth or garment worn in mourning, distress, mortification, or penitence.
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Gird you with sackcloth, and mourn before Abner.
2 Sam. iii. 31.
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Thus with sackcloth I invest my woe.
Sandys.
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