Cassock – meaning of the word and example

A long, loose, usually black piece of clothing worn especially by priests. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A close-fitting ankle-length garment worn especially in Roman Catholic and Anglican churches by the clergy and by laypersons assisting in services. (Merriam – Webster)

cassock is a long piece of clothing, often black, that is worn by members of the clergy in some churches. (Collins Dictionary)

A full-length garment worn by certain Christian clergy, members of church choirs, and others having an office or role in a church. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Example

Roma Cassock.

https://www.zieglers.com/roma-cassock-black-poly-wool-made-in-italy/church-goods/apparel-and-vestments/cassocks/

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