Definition of agbada
- His form is elegantly cloaked in a flowing agbada, and each frame records a subtle shift in facial expression, from serious thoughtfulness to a broad and engaging smile.
- —Alisa LaGamma, African Arts, Autumn 1998
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First Known Use: 1863See Words from the same year
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