- the outermost liturgical vestment worn by clergy for celebrating Eucharist or Mass
Etymology: Old French chesible, from late Latin casubla, an alteration of Latin casula "little cottage, hooded cloak", a diminutive of casa "house".
- 1936: he"s quaky and qualmy and queasy and teasy; he chews chasubles and ripples rasubly. " Henry Miller, Black Spring
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