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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
sarisa‧ri /ˈsɑːri/ noun [countable]  DCCa long piece of cloth that you wrap around your body like a dress, worn especially by women from India
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sariFrom my door stretched blue-green fields dotted with trees and the colored saris of women going to work.Look out for sari fabrics, unusual sheeting and large shawls.So I just folded my saris and put them away.For example every day when the came to see me she wore a beautiful new sari.Neatness and cleanliness, the saris seem to announce, can certainly go hand-in-hand with poverty.Imperious, fractious ladies who minced along, holding up their saris.Although I had blessed the three saris, I had never seen her wear one.Sikhs also have a special attitude towards saris.
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