Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of kimono.

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Examples

  • Two foxes in Japanese kimonos stood behind their chairs to the Lady's far left.

    Orphans of Chaos

  • When it was refreshment time, cunning little girl friends of the hostess appeared in Japanese kimonos, hair done high and stuck full of tiny fans or flowers.

    Entertaining Made Easy

  • "Then some more native parties in short kimonos that showed their aboriginees punctured the near-horizon, and me and High had to skip back into Father Axletree's private boudoir.

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  • The kimonos were her encyclopedia, her "Who's What?" her clearinghouse of news, of goers and comers.

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  • These Organic Cotton Baby Booties by Hanabi are just the beginning of a wonderful collection of made-to - match items such as kimonos, caps, blankets and baby pants.

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  • Peering out the window, Donovan made mental notes of the activity he saw along the way: convoys of trucks hauling cedar logs from the interior, workers by the hundreds toiling in muddy rice fields wearing only loincloths, small carts on the road drawn by women, even children, delivery wagons attached to rubber-tired bicycles, young Japanese men in kimonos playing baseball in makeshift fields.

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  • "Theater of Life: Hishakaku" 1963 is a template for much that followed it, making use of the plot dynamics described above, and distinguished by ceremonial kimonos, samurai swords and star-making performances.

    Living in the Past, Fearing the Future

  • They are rinsing the salt from fishing nets and kimonos, drying sodden books, and scrubbing the bone tools with toothbrushes then treating them with alcohol to prevent mold and mildew from growing.

    Curator Tries to Save Stricken City's History

  • There are now two-pieced kimonos that are as easy to wear as blouses and skirts.

    Women of Meiji Japan & Western Fashion | Edwardian Promenade

  • Kimonos continued to dominate in the early Meiji period, and men and women combined Japanese kimonos with Western accessories.

    Women of Meiji Japan & Western Fashion | Edwardian Promenade

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