Something that covers or cloaks: hills in a vesture of mist. (noun)
To cover with vesture; clothe.(verb-transitive)
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Use "vesture" in a sentence
"The vesture is a lighter color than the traditional dark purple."
"By baptism we be regenerate, and when we shall have passed the time of this exile, he shall clothe us of double vesture, that is to wit of body and soul in glory."
"The spiritual exhilaration by it was mistaken for that caused by new wine (Ac 2: 13-17; Eph 5: 18). belly -- that is, the vesture on it."