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- noun Plural form of
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She gestured toward the window, and I saw that it was filled with articles of worn clothing of every kind, jelabs, capotes, smocks, cymars, and so on.
The Shadow of the Torturer Wolfe, Gene 1980
The youths wore their gayest sashes, and their red fezzes set jauntily on one side; and the maids their best cymars, with their beautiful hair adorned with garlands of wild flowers, in rich profusion, streaming down their backs.
The Pirate of the Mediterranean A Tale of the Sea William Henry Giles Kingston 1847