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noun as in muffler

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“Both wear head scarves as part of their religion,” Reed later wrote in his report.

Stairways painted blue connect covered walkways stuffed with small stores selling jewelry, scarves, and ornate pottery.

Many of the demonstrators covered their faces with Palestinian scarves or balaclavas.

The café can sit about 20 people, has a cozy atmosphere, beautiful paintings and hangers for scarves and manteaux.

Their blue jumpsuits are stained with grease, and their hair is expertly wrapped in scarves to keep it out of their way.

She must—she must dress a little differently—red scarves and things—and look picturesque, and read her poems in salons here.

She said she would not wear red scarves, nor recite her poetry; and what was Aldo going to do in an atelier?

Then they tied their scarves round their necks, for they scorned overcoats, as all the colliers' children did, and went out.

All, too, were well armed, wearing swords and rough scarves or belts which contained pistols.

A thousand waving scarves and tossing caps announced that the first bout had fallen to the popular party.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scarves, such as: shawl, stole, bandanna, kerchief, ascot, and neckwear.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.