Thesaurus / yashmak
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Their faces are veiled with something like the yashmak of Egypt, but it is of plain blue calico, a little embroidered.
SOUTHERN ARABIATHEODORE BENT
I would make a sensation in Bosna-Seraj, I can tell you, attired only in this and a yashmak.
THE SECRET WITNESSGEORGE GIBBS
She wore no yashmak, for Selim, though professing the Moslem faith, was somewhat lax in carrying out its articles.
THE SECRET WITNESSGEORGE GIBBS
The lady of the yashmak, he informed me, was a member of the household of a wealthy Moslem in the neighborhood of Damascus.
She lowered her yashmak and looked at him with burning eyes.
THE WEAVERS, COMPLETEGILBERT PARKER
Which scarce her yashmak serves to hide, see Turkey gliding past.
In her excitement she managed, somehow, to snap or loosen the fastening which held her yashmak.
Despite the gloom of the place and the yashmak which she wore, it was manifest that she was good to look upon.
Though the yashmak, or veil, was not often used to cover the face, it appeared to have been only thrown back upon the head.
ACROSS INDIAOLIVER OPTIC
She suddenly withdraws the yashmak, shines upon your heart and soul with all the pomp and might of her beauty.

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