Cincture

The cincture is a liturgical vestment, worn encircling the body around or above the waist. There are two types of cincture, the fascia as used by the Roman Catholic Church and the girdle used in the Anglican, Methodist and Lutheran churches. In the Roman Catholic Church, the cincture is a long, rope-like cord with tassled or knotted ends, tied aro...
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Cincture

• (n.) That which encompasses or incloses; an inclosure. • (n.) A belt, a girdle, or something worn round the body, -- as by an ecclesiastic for confining the alb. • (n.) The fillet, listel, or band next to the apophyge at the extremity of the shaft of a column.
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cincture

sash 1 waistband noun a band of material around the waist that strengthens a skirt or trousers
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Cincture

Cinc'ture noun [ Latin cinctura , from cingere , cinctum , to gird.] 1. A belt, a girdle, or something worn round the body, -- as by an ecclesiastic for confining the alb. 2. That which encompasses or incloses; an inclosure. 'Within the cincture of one wall...
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Cincture

A cincture is a belt, a girdle, or something worn round the body. The term often describes the belt worn by an ecclesiastic for confining the alb.
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Cincture

a long cord used for fastening some albs at the waist; it holds the loose-fitting type of alb in place and is used to adjust it to the proper length; it is usually white, although the liturgical colour of the day may be used.
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Cincture

In architecture a cincture is the fillet, listel, or band next to the apophyge at the extremity of the shaft of a column.
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Cincture

ring, list, or fillet at the top and bottom of a column, which divides the shaft from the capital and base.[1][5]
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cincture

to gird or surround; belt worn around ecclesiastical vestment
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