Word of the Day – May 2 – Dalmatic

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Dee Dee - Word of the Day

Dee Dee – Word of the Day

Noun: Dalmatic  (dal-MAT-ik)

Definition: A loose, wide-sleeved outer garment worn by some monarchs at their coronations and by deacons, bishops, etc. in some churches.

Example sentence: When the ladies were cleaning out the attic in the old church, they came across a trunk filled with several old papers and a dalmatic belonging to the first pastor of the church.