(?), n. [OE. vestement, vestiment, OF. vestement, vestiment, F. vtement, fr. L. vestimentum, fr. vestire to clothe, fr. vestis a garment, clothing. See Vest.] A covering or garment; some part of clothing or dress; specifically (Eccl.), any priestly garment. "Royal vestiment." Chaucer. "Priests in holy vestments." Shak.
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The sculptor could not give vestments suitable to the quality of the persons represented.
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