So I could see the priest in cassock, alb and stole as he would stand before some makeshift altar lit with candles.
He next donned the alb, the symbol of purity, beginning with the right sleeve.
Gawd's truth, Rothschild ain't nothink to you and me, alb, when we've the mind to play the great lidy and gentleman.
The rochet resembles an alb, but is shorter and without sleeves.
When I am to blame for anything, alb is sure to be suspected.
alb (he was thinking, no doubt) was not getting much fun for his money.
I could have shouted aloud with the shrill intensity of a drowning man, "alb, save me!"
"You'll find she won't consider it an intrusion," alb insisted.
Who ever heard of alb Kennedy since he went ter Berling as he told us for to mike his fortune?
I got up, and went to alb, who was standing silent at the wheel.
late Old English albe, from Late Latin alba (in tunica alba or vestis alba "white vestment"), fem. of albus "white," from PIE root *albho- "white" (cf. Greek alphos "white leprosy," alphiton "barley meal;" Old High German albiz, Old English elfet "swan," literally "the white bird;" Old Church Slavonic and Russian lebedi, Polish łabędź "swan;" Hittite alpash "cloud").