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roquelaure

roquelaure

noun ro·que·laure \ˌrō-kə-ˈlr, ˌrä-\

Definition of ROQUELAURE

:  a knee-length cloak worn especially in the 18th and 19th centuries

Origin of ROQUELAURE

French, from the Duc de Roquelaure †1738 French marshal
First Known Use: 1716

Other Clothing Terms

babushka, brogue, bumbershoot, cravat, dishabille, furbelow, layette, raiment, spectator

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