Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See killut.

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Examples

  • Bapa would give him a khilat, a robe of honor, studded with jewels, all to be made in the space of three days, with a hundred seamstresses employed in the task of piecing together this precious coat.

    Shadow Princess

  • For Shuja, for his bravery in this incident, there would be another khilat and a dagger.

    Shadow Princess

  • Bapa would give him a khilat, a robe of honor, studded with jewels, all to be made in the space of three days, with a hundred seamstresses employed in the task of piecing together this precious coat.

    Shadow Princess

  • For Shuja, for his bravery in this incident, there would be another khilat and a dagger.

    Shadow Princess

  • Bapa would give him a khilat, a robe of honor, studded with jewels, all to be made in the space of three days, with a hundred seamstresses employed in the task of piecing together this precious coat.

    Shadow Princess

  • But it had warranted a public audience at court, a khilat and a gold dagger, a nod of approval in front of the nobles in the Diwan-i-am.

    Shadow Princess

  • But it had warranted a public audience at court, a khilat and a gold dagger, a nod of approval in front of the nobles in the Diwan-i-am.

    Shadow Princess

  • For Shuja, for his bravery in this incident, there would be another khilat and a dagger.

    Shadow Princess

  • But it had warranted a public audience at court, a khilat and a gold dagger, a nod of approval in front of the nobles in the Diwan-i-am.

    Shadow Princess

  • Had there been anyone to witness, they would have seen a tall and enormously powerful man clad in a flowing Zuagir khilat, over that a mail shirt of fine steel mesh, and over that a Zuagir cloak of camel's hair.

    Conan of Cimmeria

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