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  • noun Plural form of abaya.

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Examples

  • As if the wealthy Khaleegi women wouldn't have immediately started wearing trendy abayas from the very moment that they could afford to be Muslim fashionistas ...!

    Abayas Turning Trendy

  • There are other Muslim women designers in New York, but most of them design traditional Muslim garments, like the outer garments known as abayas.

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  • There are other Muslim women designers in New York, but most of them design traditional Muslim garments, like the outer garments known as abayas.

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  • There are other Muslim women designers in New York, but most of them design traditional Muslim garments, like the outer garments known as abayas.

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  • Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam, is one of the few Muslim countries where women are forced by custom to cover their hair with head scarves and their bodies with cloaks called abayas in most parts of the country.

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  • Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam, is one of the few Muslim countries where women are forced by custom to cover their hair with head scarves and their bodies with cloaks called abayas in most parts of the country.

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  • Some are conservative religious women like al-Douri, clothed from head to toe in black cloaks known as abayas, sometimes even with gloves to hide their hands, pictured staring solemnly or in a moment of action in parliament.

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  • Almost all the women wore black flowing robes called abayas as they walked with their families or other women.

    The Washington Times stories: Latest Headlines

  • Some are conservative women like Al-Douri, clothed from head to toe in black cloaks known as abayas, sometimes even with gloves to hide their hands, pictured staring solemnly or in a moment of action in Parliament.

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  • Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam, is one of the few Muslim countries where women are forced by custom to cover their hair with head scarves and their bodies with cloaks called abayas in most parts of the country.

    Khaleej Times : UAE News

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