• WordNet 3.6
    • n chador a cloth used as a head covering (and veil and shawl) by Muslim and Hindu women
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In literature:

Unwilling to make the pursuit alone, especially in the face of what had occurred, Chador concluded to fill in his time hunting up Derwiddie.
"An Undivided Union" by Oliver Optic

In news:

Sorry, Wrong Chador In Tehran, 'Reading Lolita' Translates as Ancient History.
I would like to tell Elaine Sciolino that the chador *is* a power suit for Muslim women ("The Chanel Under the Chador ," May 4).
Students were provided with a female model draped in a chador.
In the midst of waxing on about chadors and secularism, gas lines and fabulous chicken kebabs he asked, "How were their teeth.".
North Tahoe's Riley Chador set to join Baylor University equestrian team.
North Tahoe senior Riley Chador signs her letter of intent to join the Baylor University women's equestrian team.
Women in Converse sneakers jog untrammeled -- if still in full, flowing chadors -- in this western Afghan city's biggest park, enjoying freedoms rarely witnessed in the rest of Afghanistan.