Now he caught a fleeting glimpse of a white burnoose.
"The Return of Tarzan" by Edgar Rice Burroughs
A horseman, white burnoosed, rode out through the gateway of the village.
"Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar" by Edgar Rice Burroughs
He thought that, as in Africa he had to put on a burnoose and sit in a mosque, so in Moscow he must be beneficent like the Tsars.
"War and Peace" by Leo Tolstoy
He casts many inquisitive glances upon his guide and other Arabs whom they meet to see how they wear the burnoose.
"Miss Caprice" by St. George Rathborne
A burnoosed, turbaned Arab standing inside salaamed profoundly.
"Grace Harlowe's Third Year at Overton College" by Jessie Graham Flower
With that and a burnoose your face and hands only will be visible.
"The Dash for Khartoum" by George Alfred Henty
There he passed the door with his dreamy Syrian face, his red rose, his white burnoose, his straggling followers.
"The Wind Bloweth" by Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne
The Arabs and negroes of the convoy were lying motionless in the open air, rolled in their burnooses.
"Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 452" by Various
There will be no difficulty about that, for we often dye our burnooses brown, especially when we are starting on a long journey.
"At Aboukir and Acre" by George Alfred Henty
He can wear our burnoose and haik; they will be enough.
"In the Mahdi's Grasp" by George Manville Fenn
Then a heap of blue and a gray burnoose in the same place tell us Abdullah is asleep.
"Harper's Young People, January 20, 1880" by Various
Daoud felt the murderous heat of the noon sun on his head through his burnoose.
"The Saracen: Land of the Infidel" by Robert Shea
At least half the women still wore the haik and veil, half the men the burnoose.
"Border, Breed Nor Birth" by Dallas McCord Reynolds
Scotty jumped in and grabbed his second attacker by the burnoose, then fell backward with him and flipped.
"The Egyptian Cat Mystery" by Harold Leland Goodwin
Homer Crawford came to his feet and pushed back the hood of the burnoose.
"Black Man's Burden" by Dallas McCord Reynolds
From within his red burnoose, Oswell produced a clinking bag.
"Thy Rocks and Rills" by Robert Ernest Gilbert
The morning sun rises on the sands of Sahara and lights upon the first burnoose.
"English Costume" by Dion Clayton Calthrop
The Arab men, wrapped in their burnoose, look on mechanically, turning their rosewood beads in their hands.
"My Trip Around the World" by Eleonora Hunt
In his tent the Sultan Casim Ammeh sat, in white burnoose, awaiting the return of his spies.
"A Son of the Sahara" by Louise Gerard
It is something like the folding of the Arab's burnoose.
"Sea and Sardinia" by D. H. Lawrence