A loose sleeveless robe worn especially by Anglican bishops.(noun)
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Use "chimere" in a sentence
"The chimere is a dress of black satin, with white lawn sleeves."
"The government of Aristide, who returned to office in 2001 after ruling the country for two periods in the 1990s, allied itself with his own armed partisans, often referred to as chimere after a mythical fire-breathing demon."
"Someone said the protesters are violent "chimere," a word for political gangs."