Tunics [noun]

Definition of Tunics:

long shirt

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Sentence/Example of Tunics:

His tunic was always worn out and patched, but his weapons were mounted in silver.

The policeman drew from the pocket of his tunic a dirty note-book.

Jorgenson, with his hands deep in the pockets of his tunic, listened, looking down.

He did not attempt to go to sleep; he did not even unbutton the top button of his tunic.

Bimba tells me that Tunic has disappeared no one knows whither.

How shall I describe the agony which Tunic's narrative caused me!

Some of Tunic's companions are sipping and smoking at one of these tables.

A sharp pull at his tunic brought his thoughts back to the present.

What lover would not wish to be the tunic of his well-beloved or the water of her bath?

Unexpectedly he stooped, and caught Wulf by the collar of his tunic.