Noun(1) a loose skirt consisting of brightly colored fabric wrapped around the body; worn by both women and men in the South Pacific
(1) I tie mine round my waist as a makeshift sarong and slip it round my shoulders to cover sunburn.(2) Down by the beach, a skinny man wearing nothing but John Lennon glasses and a bright yellow sarong was dancing around pieces of paper he had displayed on the grass verge.(3) She wore a bikini with a sarong tied around her waist.(4) I can wear the sarong over the bathing suit and go out at night and the t-shirt over a pair of jeans.(5) Not expecting visitors, she simply ties a sarong around her waist.(6) The traditional clothing of the Sinhalese is the sarama, a type of sarong (a wrapped garment).(7) When you're not lounging on a chaise or going for a dip in just your swimsuit, drape a pretty sarong around your hips, island style.(8) Never underestimate the versatility of a sarong .(9) Around the house, men wear shorts and a tank top, or a sarong (a skirtlike garment).(10) I quickly changed and wrapped my sarong around my waist and headed back out to the deck where everyone else was.(11) The sarong is the national garment of Malayia, though not restricted to that area.(12) Other must-pack items include a sarong and gauzy shirts; both are compact and go the distance.(13) Men and married women wear a loose tunic over a wrapped sarong .(14) Malay men wear baju Melayu, long-sleeved shirts over an ankle-length sarong or pants.(15) The young women simply wrapped the sarongs around their waists.(16) Men and women also commonly wear sarongs (a skirtlike garment) in public.
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2. sarong ::
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