- n. alternative spelling of burqini.
“The Hot is self-explanatory, given that the most plausible explanation for the burkini was the Australian sun; Flat, because the speed of the web ensures an audience of millions, even billions, within hours for the smallest detail of someone's everyday life, and Crowded, because for a celebrity, nowhere is safe from the long reach of a paparazzi zoom lens.”
“The only time anything like it has been spotted on a beach since the 19th century is when devout Muslim women wear an outfit idiotically called a burkini, which has a lot more in common with a burka than a bikini.”
“The 'wear covers arms, legs and head, and is called a burkini, which I must admit is very clever.”
“In one town, the " burkini, " a bathing suit worn by some Muslim women, specifically has been banned.”
“Last year a Muslim woman was banned from wearing a "burkini" at a public pool in a Paris suburb, also for hygiene reasons.”
“French Muslim convert threatens legal action over 'burkini' ban Close”
“Mecca Laalaa, a 22 year-old Australian is the first Muslim woman to become a volunteer surf life saver, wearing a specially designed costume or 'burkini'.”
“De Telegraaf gleefully reaches for another 'burkini' story.”
“However, for a second there – just a second – I seriously considered whether I wanted a burkini and I bet quite a few other women out there fleetingly ludicrously considered it too.”
“The day after the burkini shots, she was pictured in a long dress, hunched up, making herself as small as possible, in the shade.”
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