from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of serape.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as serape.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a long brightly colored shawl; worn mainly by Mexican men
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An _alazan_ is a sorrel -- a color generally preferred, as denoting speed and mettle.] [Footnote 6: The sarape is a knit blanket of many gay colors, worn over the shoulders by an opening in the center, through which the head is thrust.] [Footnote 7: Calzoneros are trowsers, generally made of blue cloth or velvet, richly embroidered, and worn over an under pair of white linen.
From the cathedral, head south on Calle Hidalgo to El Sarape de Saltillo, which maintains the city's centuries-old sarape tradition.
Leaving the sarape factory, head further south on Hidalgo to the Museum of the Birds.
The sand came through mi sarape and tore the skin off our bodies, and yet we never ever lost faith.
Two months after joining the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2006, he was presented with a sarape and bottle of tequila before a game on Cinco de Mayo.
The yarn is seemingly still attached to the sarape from which it was unraveled.
Shrub and Turd Blossom by Charlie L on Thursday, Mar 15, 2007 at 9: 53: 19 AM donde está mi sarape? by elena dumas on Thursday, Mar 15, 2007 at 10: 15: 19 AM
One of its former owners, Allen W. Lloyd, was instrumental in reviving Jocotepec's traditional sarape industry.
Salvador Medina explains how the looms at the sarape factor have been used to create masterpieces.
With his horse and trappings, his sarape and blanket, a piece of beef and a _tortilla_, the Californian is content, so far as his personal comforts are concerned.