rabato

NOUN
  1. a wired or starched collar of intricate lace; worn in 17th century
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How To Use rabato In A Sentence

  • Milan, not in trunk hose and slashed sleeves, nor in "French standing collar, treble quadruple daedalian ruff, or stiff-necked rabato, that had more arches for pride, propped up with wire and timber, than five Westward Ho!, or, the voyages and adventures of Sir Amyas Leigh, Knight, of Burrough, in the county of Devon, in the reign of her most glorious majesty Queen Elizabeth
  • Why," he said, "did Margaret, in _Much ado about Nothing_, try to persuade Hero to wear her other rabato? The Flight of the Shadow
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