sarape

NOUN
  1. a long brightly colored shawl; worn mainly by Mexican men
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How To Use sarape In A Sentence

  • After Mexico gained its independence from Spain in 1821, these sarapes became a symbol of Mexican culture.
  • This market is filled with a gazillion vendors selling everything from Charro (cowboy) gear, huarache sandals and sarapes to cheap chinese imports, pirated dvds and sneakers, a full selection of warm climate birds, a bazillion food stands, jewelry and home decor chotchke stalls, all manner of fresh produce and home remedy medicines. Daily Slurp Gallery
  • Books can be exchanged along the way, knickers washed, sarongs or sarapes bought in place of sheets, towels, skirts, shawls.
  • (cowboy) gear, huarache sandals and sarapes to cheap chinese imports, pirated dvds and sneakers, a full selection of warm climate birds, a bazillion food stands, jewelry and home decor chotchke stalls, all manner of fresh produce and home remedy medicines. Quality Peoples
  • It was mostly useless goods from a city-dwelling gringa's point of view: pouches and blankets, sarapes in colors I did not like.
  • I decided to hitchhike my way toward it, and so in the first light I hopped into the bed of a dusty truck along with a group of Quechua farmers clad in pointed woolen caps and bright woolen sarapes.
  • Brightly coloured sarapes, embroidered blouses, leather, tin work and pottery jostle for the buyers' attention next to bags of beans of all kinds and exotic vegetables including cacti.
  • Items such as sarapes (serapes, or shawls) and huaraches, as well as other clothing symbolic of Mexican American culture, were displayed and worn with pride.
  • Items such as sarapes and huaraches, as well as other clothing symbolic of Mexican American culture, were displayed and worn with pride.
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