nun's habit


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Noun1.nun's habit - a long loose habit worn by nuns in a convent
guimpe - a piece of starched cloth covering the shoulders of a nun's habit
habit - a distinctive attire worn by a member of a religious order
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Thomas Episcopal Church, and his partner, Kat Damian, who wore robes and a nun's habit for "Sister Act.
Ms McCarthy's reaction was clearly an over-reaction: "I wanted to pull off the nun's habit, point my finger in her face, and call her another hypocrite in my life (p.
Amateur rugby club chairman Dave, played by Norman Pace (of 80s comic duo Hale and Pace) is joined in the club for the game by star player Jake (George MacKay) plus two Aussies, a journalist and a man in a nun's habit whose wife is in labour.
The hills are alive with the sound of protest, and Century of Stone powerhouse Craig Hornby has apparently said he'll "skip around the Nab in a nun's habit singing like Julie Andrews" if the magic figure of PS425,000 is reached.
The country legend added: "It wouldn't have mattered if Miley wore jeans and a flannel shirt, a tux, or a nun's habit - The song's a smash and her performance vocally on the tune reflects her roots and sheer God-given talent.
The 27-year-old singer first appeared in a nun's habit and square headdress, while later black unitard-clad dancers helped her change into a blue miniskirt and jacket with oversized shoulder pads, a black unitard and eventually a thong bikini decorated in shells.
On one occasion, she was tied to the pole for two days in a broom cupboard after pulling a nun's habit off.
On one occasion, she was tied to a pole for two days in a broom cupboard after pulling a nun's habit off.
SORRY, Rihanna, looks like you're going to have to perform in a nun's habit next week.
The use of the nun's habit in popular culture is also significant.