Definition of Kimonos

1. Noun. (plural of kimono) ¹



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Definition of Kimonos

1. kimono [n] - See also: kimono

Kimonos Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kimonos

kimboing
kimbos
kimchee
kimchees
kimchi
kimchis
kimedashi
kimetaoshi
kimmer
kimmers
kimnel
kimnels
kimono
kimonoed
kimonolike
kimonos (current term)
kimrobinsonite
kimzeyite
kin
kin(p)
kin-
kin group
kina
kinaesodic
kinaesthesia
kinaesthesis
kinaesthetic
kinaesthetically
kinakina
kinakinas

Literary usage of Kimonos

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1. Annual Report of the Minimum Wage Commission of Massachusetts by Massachusetts Minimum Wage Commission, Herman La Rue Brown, Robert Edgar Bisbee, Edwin N. Bartlett, Charles Frederick Dutch (1917)
"Women's Muslin Underwear, Petticoats, Aprons, kimonos and Neckwear. — In 1915 the Commission made an investigation into the wages of women in the women's ..."

2. Visual Education: Teachers' Guide to Keystone "Primary Set." by Keystone View Company (1920)
"The Japanese men wear loose trousers and straight rather short kimonos, ... This picture shows the obi sash worn about the waist of the kimonos. ..."

3. Reports of Causes Determined in the United States District Court for the by United States District Court (Hawaii) (1918)
"40 silk kimonos, 74 part wool kimonos, 8 raincoats. The character of the concealed ... In that way, the kimonos and the goods will appear fine and orderly. ..."

4. Visual Education Through Stereographs and Lantern Slides: School Work (1917)
"The Japanese men wear loose trousers and straight rather short kimonos, ... This picture shows the obi sash worn about the waist of the kimonos. ..."

5. Mysterious Japan by Julian Street (1921)
"Young ladies wear brilliant kimonos for ceremonial dress, but ceremonial dress for married women consists of three kimonos, the outer one of black, ..."

6. Little Theater Classics by Samuel Atkins Eliot (1921)
"He is really wearing no less than four kimonos, all bordered with flame color, ... Over the kimonos, bound with them by the narrow white sash, ..."

7. Letters from China and Japan by John Dewey, Harriet Alice Chipman Dewey (1920)
"The ladies all wear black crepe kimonos, that splendid crepe which is so heavy, next under the black is an all white of soft china silk, then the third of ..."

8. Industrial Home Work in Massachusetts by Amy Hewes, Women's Educational and Industrial Union (Boston, Mass.). Dept. of Research, Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics (1915)
"The work given out was confined to the making of aprons, kimonos, rompers, and night-suits, ... Only one home worker on kimonos was found. Rates of Pay. ..."

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