Definition of Sarapes

1. sarape [n] - See also: sarape



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sarapes

sarabands
sarabauite
saracen
sarafan
sarafans
sarafotoxin
saralasin
saralasin acetate
saran
sarangi
sarangis
sarangist
sarangists
sarans
sarape
sarapes (current term)
saraphan
saraphans
saraswati
sarc-
sarcase
sarcased
sarcasm
sarcasmous
sarcasms
sarcastic
sarcastical
sarcastically
sarcastick
sarcel

Literary usage of Sarapes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Wool and Manufactures of Wool by Bureau of Statistics, Dept. of the Treasury, William Franklin Switzler, United States (1887)
"Ruching (fluting) of woolen muslin, with or without woolen lace, sarapes (b) ... sarapes of wool, imitation of those of Saltillo, marked or borders marked ..."

2. WMD Machete by Mark Plimsoll (2006)
"If I ate light, I could buy some Mexican things to take back home. Saltillo interested me because of one line in a song that said For sarapes, Saltillo. ..."

3. Eldorado, Or, Adventures in the Path of Empire: Comprising a Voyage to by Bayard Taylor, Thomas Butler King (1850)
"... intervals between the pillars, next the street, are filled with cases of toys, pictures, gilt images of saints, or gaudy slippers, sarapes and ..."

4. History of California by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1886)
"They came ostensibly for purposes of trade, bartering sarapes and blankets for mules and horses;2- but they were suspected with much reason of driving away ..."

5. Travels in the United States, Etc.: During 1849 and 1850 by Emmeline Stuart-Wortley (1851)
"... and sarapes, kaleidoscopically diversified in both patterns and colors; a marvelous and almost endless variety of both, and also in the manner of ..."

6. Wool and Manufactures of Wool by Bureau of Statistics, Dept. of the Treasury, William Franklin Switzler, United States (1887)
"Ruching (fluting) of woolen muslin, with or without woolen lace, sarapes (b) ... sarapes of wool, imitation of those of Saltillo, marked or borders marked ..."

7. WMD Machete by Mark Plimsoll (2006)
"If I ate light, I could buy some Mexican things to take back home. Saltillo interested me because of one line in a song that said For sarapes, Saltillo. ..."

8. Eldorado, Or, Adventures in the Path of Empire: Comprising a Voyage to by Bayard Taylor, Thomas Butler King (1850)
"... intervals between the pillars, next the street, are filled with cases of toys, pictures, gilt images of saints, or gaudy slippers, sarapes and ..."

9. History of California by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1886)
"They came ostensibly for purposes of trade, bartering sarapes and blankets for mules and horses;2- but they were suspected with much reason of driving away ..."

10. Travels in the United States, Etc.: During 1849 and 1850 by Emmeline Stuart-Wortley (1851)
"... and sarapes, kaleidoscopically diversified in both patterns and colors; a marvelous and almost endless variety of both, and also in the manner of ..."

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