loincloth

[ loin-klawth, -kloth ]SEE DEFINITION OF loincloth

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He wore a loincloth of red flannel and fringed buckskin leggings.

She felt him move, and all at once her hand was not on his loincloth, but on his hot flesh.

"Strip off his loincloth," said d'Ucello, and Erculio tore it away.

Then he kicked off his boots and dropped his hose and his loincloth.

He wore nothing more than the loincloth and the earth-coloured, unsown cloak.

He was a small man, clad only in a loincloth, and could well have been a Dogon himself.

Nowadays, it seems, we need more than a loincloth to protect our hyperaesthetic eyes from the Splendour of Nature.

The native, like the juggler, had a beardless face and was naked but for loincloth and turban.

Well, Barney, perhaps for the sake of uniformity we'd better strip and take to the loincloth.

He was naked, and where the loincloth should have been, there was a virile member projecting from a bush of horsehair.

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