widow's weeds

  1. a black garment (dress) worn by a widow as a sign of mourning
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How To Use widow's weeds In A Sentence

  • It was in a cottage at Osborne that the same gentle and august almsgiver was found reading comfortable Scripture words to a sick and aged peasant, quietly retiring upon the entrance of the clerical visitant, that _his_ message of peace might be freely given, and thus allowing the sufferer to disclose to the pastor that the lady in the widow's weeds was Victoria of England. Great Britain and Her Queen
  • A couple seen from the back (one in widow's weeds) peer at a large, oval mythological scene on an easel.
  • He knew he was dying and that soon his wife, Myra, would once again be wearing her widow's weeds and that his children and grandchildren would be praying for his soul to be saved.
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