Tilma in a sentence

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How to use tilma in a sentence. Tilma pronunciation.

We see mangas and tilmas, and men wearing the sandal, as in Eastern lands.
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There were pueblos, Indios manzos, clad in their ungraceful tilmas, and rather serving than associating with those around them.
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They were variously attired: some were wrapped in their striped blankets; some wore tilmas, and tunics of embroidered fawn-skin, plumed and painted with dyes of vivid colour; some were dressed in the garb of civilised life-in rich satins, that had been worn by the dames of the Del Norte; in flounces that had fluttered in the dance around the ankles of some gay maja.
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The Mexican girls and the Indian captives lay clustered over the ground, wrapped in their tilmas and striped blankets.
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Examples of Tilma

Example #1
On the women we observe the graceful rebozo, the short nagua, and the embroidered chemisette.
Example #2
We see picturesque costumes in the villages and along the highways: men dressed in the chequered serape or the striped blankets of the Navajoes; conical sombreros with broad brims; calzoneros of velveteen, with their rows of shining "castletops" and fastened at the waist by the jaunty sash.
Example #3
There were mulattoes, too, and negroes of a jetty blackness from the plantations of Louisiana, who had exchanged for this free, roving life the twisted "cow-skin" of the overseer.
Example #4
There were Frenchmen, Canadian voyageurs, strays of the north-west company, wearing white capotes, and chatting, dancing, and singing their boat-songs with all the _esprit_ of their race.
Example #5
Not a few in the crowd were entirely nude.
Example #6
In front of the temple were the women of the village-girls, women, and children; in all, about two hundred.