Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of poncho.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Bundled up in ponchos and slickers under a cold, off-and-on rain, the relatively subdued Penn State faithful could finally breathe a sigh of relief.

    USATODAY.com

  • At the time, the men had identified the bodies and wrapped them in ponchos to be removed, according to a report the Robinsons received last year from the accounting command.

    Maysey, Larry W.

  • Last year when it rained zappos handed out rain ponchos.

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  • It had a split cut to the center, forming a round hole for the neck -- and that was all its shape; the shape, in fact, of those cloaks which in South America are called ponchos -- very simple, but most graceful and convenient.

    The Little Lame Prince

  • It had a split cut to the center, forming a round hole for the neck -- and that was all its shape; the shape, in fact, of those cloaks which in South America are called ponchos -- very simple, but most graceful and convenient.

    The Little Lame Prince

  • Most of the "ponchos" used in the Argentine are woven in Glasgow.

    The Days Before Yesterday

  • The Pakistani-born US citizen was arrested in 2006 in Britain and extradited on charges including that he allowed an associate to stay in his student apartment with a supply of rain gear, such as ponchos, meant to be sent to Al-Qaeda militants fighting US troops in Afghanistan.

    Raw Story

  • A shelter box, created by the Rotary-sponsored nonprofit of the same name, is a durable container that includes a 10-person tent and supplies such as ponchos, blankets, utensils and water purification tablets.

    The Roanoke Times: Home page

  • A shelter box, created by the Rotary-sponsored nonprofit of the same name, is a durable container that includes a 10-person tent and supplies such as ponchos, blankets, utensils and water purification tablets.

    The Roanoke Times: Home page

  • The guest also had a supply of rain gear, such as ponchos and waterproof socks, that was allegedly being delivered to Al-Qaeda in Pakistan.

    Turkish Press

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