Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of chador.

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Examples

  • He put the _chuddah_ back from his head and regarded her gravely.

    The Swindler and Other Stories

  • His basket was by his side; his _chuddah_ drooped low over his face; he sat quite motionless, save for a certain palsied quivering, which she had observed before.

    The Swindler and Other Stories

  • A tangled black beard hung wisplike from the dirty _chuddah_ that draped his head, and above it two eyes, fevered and furtive, peered strangely forth.

    The Lamp in the Desert

  • He lifted his head a little and, from the depths of the _chuddah_, she knew that piercing eyes surveyed her.

    The Swindler and Other Stories

  • The enveloping _chuddah_ slipped back from his head.

    The Lamp in the Desert

  • He put up a hand abruptly and stripped the ragged hair from his face, pushing back the heavy folds of the _chuddah_ that enveloped his head as he did so.

    The Lamp in the Desert

  • She looked down and saw an old, old man, more like a monkey than a human being, standing huddled in a ragged _chuddah_ on the edge of the path.

    The Keeper of the Door

  • The voluminous _chuddah_ in which he was swathed looked as if it had wrapped him in those selfsame folds for many years.

    The Keeper of the Door

  • He loosened the _chuddah_ from his own head and stooped to muffle it about hers.

    Rosa Mundi and Other Stories

  • He was wrapped in a long, very dirty, white _chuddah_, from which his face peered weirdly forth, wrinkled and old, almost supernaturally old, she thought to herself.

    The Swindler and Other Stories

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