palliament

Related to palliament: parliament

palliament

(ˈpælɪəmənt)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) archaic a long robe
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Titus is subsequently offered a 'palliament of white and spotless hue' (182) to signify the emperorship.
Titus Andronicus "seeks power even as he refuses the 'palliament of white and spotless hue,'" scheming for influence as a kingmaker (112): thus "political representatives and emperors ...
But in Sampley's thorough sampling 17 words or phrases in Titus Andronicus (architect, bright and grey, chases in the sense of `park'; feere; gallop the zodiac; gratulates; laden with honour's spoils; palliament; Prometheus tied to Caucasus; remunerate; sacred wit; salute .