- n. Plural form of turban.
“One would see her in turbans, jewels, furs, couture gowns and it's easy to see where Oliver's sense of imagination emanated from.”
“And, of course, modern people simply don't look as interesting as all those people in turbans lounging and looking at textiles (but did they really look like that?).”
““Little Big Horn in turbans,” as Marcus Luttrell would describe it.”
“A reader on Dvorak's forum says that the supposed Islamic fundamentalist video games where players are guerrillas in turbans stalking invading soldiers in tanks is a hoax:”
“Presumably muslin turbans, let alone oily hair-dressing, often caused such mishaps.”
“Miss Mehitable set the child down by the side of a great dark wooden bedstead, with tall, carved posts, draped with curious curtains of India linen, where strange Oriental plants and birds, and quaint pagodas and figures in turbans, were all mingled together, like the phantasms in a dream.”
“So if you’re lookign at it from a “dark guys in turbans” prism you’re waaaayyy off.”
“Inside the room were a number of gem cutting and polishing machines being operated by small, dark men in turbans.”
“The turbans were a runway trick but the gilded clothes -- a leather bomber jacket, a lamé gown -- were classic Lauren.”
“But the turbans were a different shape from those worn by the traders and slave runners of the East Coast.”
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