sarong

[ suh-rawng, -rong ]SEE DEFINITION OF sarong

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My shoulders feel bound, too, and as to the sarong it is scandalously short.

His sarong was caught in the broken branch, and he hung with his head under water.

The sarong is more to the Malay than is the kilt to the Scotchman.

She was dressed as usual in the Malay-Javanese costume of kabaya and sarong.

The sarong is the gay colored, typical garment of the Malay.

I have been trying to buy a few things—a sarong, which is a putso which is a dhoti; a pipe; and a "damned Malayan kris."

Sarong photographed the creature in that overcoat, and spread the picture about the world.

She was dressed in the native fashion, sarong and kabaya, both of purest white.

Clothing is entirely vegetable, and the Malay sarong is found throughout the east; bark-cloth in the south-east and west.

In their ears were the teeth of wild beasts and a piece of home-made cotton cloth was wrapped about their waists, sarong fashion.

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