Word of the Day
- A kind of loose overcoat, having very full sleeves, or a sort of cape covering the arms, worn about 1855 and later.
- Continuing in one piece up to the neck of a garment, without a shoulder seam.
- Having sleeves of this type.
This was named after Fitzroy James Henry Somerset (1788-1855), First Baron Raglan, British field marshal.
Quote of the DayThe pre-human creature from which man evolved was unlike any other living thing in its malicious viciousness toward its own kind. Humanization was not a leap forward but a groping toward survival.
- Eric Hoffer (1902 - 1983), U.S. philosopher.