Birettas [noun]

Definition of Birettas:

accessory for head

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Sentence/Example of Birettas:

He sighed, but resigning himself to the inevitable, lifted his biretta as he came up to the door.

Then came a large man with bold features and dark complexion, wearing a purple robe edged with red and a red biretta.

On our heads we wore a fascinating "biretta," or cap with a tall feather.

Cerini was clad in the black silk soutane of his learned order, with the biretta upon his head.

The pope first invests him with the rochet and red biretta, but there is no formal ceremony.

On the extreme left an austere dignitary in dark robe and biretta can be no other than the bishop, Troilo Baglioni himself.

Only in Spain has the biretta continued to be worn without the raised ridges.

The use of the Roman biretta has been introduced by a certain number of the clergy into the Anglican Church.

He imagined that on the strength of my credit he could procure the biretta for himself.

A biretta (the foreign form of a college cap) must not be worn during the Communion 90Service.