As in: “Words are a kind of raiment with which each character broadcasts a sense of his own uniqueness.”
Lahr, J. (2012, March 12). Minority Reports. The New Yorker, 88(4), 80. [Review of the play, Tribes.]
- Explore definitions at the library’s E-Ready Reference Resources site using the Dictionaries listed on Research Guide: Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, etc.
- Do you want to increase your verbal raiment? Consider signing up for word of the day from the Oxford English Encyclopedia for a while; see the link on the right.
- If you have studied Britain during WWII, you’ll find the exhibit of raiment at the Museum of Fine Arts worthwhile. Hurry, it closes on May 28th.
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