simarre

simarre

(ˈsɪmɑː)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a variant spelling of cymar
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The brilliancy of her eyes, the superb arch of her eyebrows, her well-formed aquiline nose, her teeth as white as pearl, and the profusion of her sable tresses, which, each arranged in its own little spiral of twisted curls, fell down upon as much of a lovely neck and bosom as a simarre of the richest Persian silk, exhibiting flowers in their natural colours embossed upon a purple ground, permitted to be visible all these constituted a combination of loveliness, which yielded not to the most beautiful of the maidens who surrounded her.
Contractor name : 1ER: SEPEC/2EeME: JOUVE/3EeME: LA SIMARRE
He shares even some characteristics of the image of Christ: "with his sanded feet" (The Scaffold 208) ("les pieds nus sur les sandales") "clad in a white cassock with a red cross" ("vetu de la simarre blanche" (Euvres completes 1 142).
The brilliancy of her eyes, the superb arch of her eyebrows, her well-formed aquiline nose, her teeth as white as pearl, and the profusion of her sable tresses, which, each, arranged in its own little spiral of twisted curls, fell down upon as much of a lovely neck and bosom as a simarre of the richest Persian silk, exhibiting flowers in their natural colours embossed upon a purple ground, permitted to be visible--all these constituted a combination of loveliness, which yielded not to the most beautiful of the maidens who surrounded her' (Ivanhoe, ed.