- Transliteration of Greek φουστανέλα, from φουσταν ("dress") + έλα ("diminutive form") < Italian fustagni ("fustian"). (Wiktionary)
“Everyone watched Friday as Tim asked for a definition of fustanella.”
“Then came his first word in the semifinals: "fustanella.”
“Centreville's Tim Ruiter, who tied for second a year ago and was D. C.'s great home in 2010, just crashed out on "fustanella.”
“The doctor had always wanted a set of fustanella and had never been able to afford it.”
“The doctor indicated the fustanella; 'Is not our cloths of Cephallonia.”
“He saw Alekos, which was surprising enough, but he also saw a very tall fair-haired man dressed in the fustanella of an evzone.”
“Now and then the riders saw some dusty peasants -- brown and sun-dried men wearing the fustanella, and shoes with turned-up toes ornamented with big black tassels; women with dingy handkerchiefs tied over their heads; children who looked almost like the spawn of the sun in their healthy, bright-eyed brownness.”
“He was followed by his two attendants, the Oriental carrying a frame-work of polished metal, not unlike a low narrow bed, which he set down in the middle of the room; while the Georgian lad, who had exchanged his fustanella and embroidered jacket for a flowing white robe, bore in his hands a crystal globe set in a gold stand.”
“Albanian Arnauts most of them, splendid fellows, blue-eyed, with long fair moustaches, dressed in the fustanella and the rest of the picturesque palikare costume.”
“Wouvermans_, were held by Fonblanque's robust Pandour in his crimson jacket and white fustanella.”
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