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  • n. Plural form of khalat.

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Examples

  • With a hillman's stride he moved through the ever-shifting colors of the streets, where the ragged tunics of whining beggars brushed against the ermine-trimmed khalats of lordly merchants, and the pearl-sewn satin of rich courtezans.

    The Conan Chronicles

  • Soon, Boghra Khan could discern the long line of Zuagir warriors, robed in flowing white khalats and mounted on slender desert steeds.

    Conan the Wanderer

  • With a hillman's stride he moved through the ever-shifting colors of the streets, where the ragged tunics of whining beggars brushed against the ermine-trimmed khalats of lordly merchants, and the pearl-sewn satin of rich courtesans.

    Conan the Wanderer

  • Then, suddenly, the merchants and servants threw aside their khalats.

    Conan the Avenger

  • In a couple of minutes, the ten Turanians lay in pools of blood, though eight silent figures in bloodstained khalats bore witness to the ferocity of the defense.

    Conan the Avenger

  • Instead of spired helmets and mantles, the archers wore banded kaffias and khalats.

    Conan the Avenger

  • Over their mail shirts and gold-inlaid breastplates the emirs wore velvet vests and long khalats of crimson or gold satin, lined with white silk, fastened with gold buttons, trimmed with silver thread at the collars and cuffs and hems.

    The Saracen: Land of the Infidel

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