Meaning of surpliced in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsəːplɪst/


See surplice

‘The introduction of the surpliced choir in England has been associated with the Cambridge Camden Society.’
  • ‘We had banners, chanting, and a number of surpliced clergy, besides a large congregation.’
  • ‘Gradually a surpliced choir began to lead the music.’
  • ‘This church introduced a surpliced choir, pew rental and housed the first pipe organ and heating system in San Diego.’
  • ‘Several churches in Cornwall record the first appearance of a surpliced choir, singing in the chancel, and accompanied by an organ.’