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See definition of babushka on Dictionary.com
  • as inhood
  • as inkerchief

synonyms for babushka

  • bonnet
  • capuchin
  • coif
  • cowl
  • hat
  • kerchief
  • mantilla
  • mantle
  • protector
  • purdah
  • shawl
  • veil
  • wimple
  • yashmak
  • capuche
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How to use babushka in a sentence

Alexandra Ivanovna shuddered, and asked: "Babushka, at whom are you cawing?"
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She's called Matushkin, because my babushka is no babushka to her, but is her matushka.
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She moved closer to the old woman, and said affably: "Babushka Stepanida, there is something I have been wanting to ask you."
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There sat the babushka Stepanida, a black figure in her black shawl, gaunt and shrivelled.
THE OLD HOUSE AND OTHER TALESFEODOR SOLOGUB
Ask the babushka's forgiveness,” he said, “and don't you ever do it again; I saw you take the apple.
WHERE LOVE IS THERE GOD IS ALSOLYOF N. TOLSTOI
“I will pay you for it, babushka,” he said to the old woman.
WHERE LOVE IS THERE GOD IS ALSOLYOF N. TOLSTOI
“Take me back, Babushka,” I could hear his shaken voice imploring.
THE PRAIRIE MOTHERARTHUR STRINGER
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO BABUSHKA

  • babushka
  • bonnet
  • capuche
  • capuchin
  • coif
  • cowl
  • hat
  • kerchief
  • mantilla
  • mantle
  • protector
  • purdah
  • shawl
  • veil
  • wimple
  • yashmak
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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