"You have a good seat and a good horse," said the chief smiling, as he shook the dust from his burnoose.
With that and a burnoose your face and hands only will be visible.
The Arab men, wrapped in their burnoose, look on mechanically, turning their rosewood beads in their hands.
He casts many inquisitive glances upon his guide and other Arabs whom they meet to see how they wear the burnoose.
I will procure a burnoose, you shall put the robe on, and be an Arab for to-night.
Acting under the advice of his guide, John has assumed the burnoose again, for Mustapha carried it on his arm when he appeared.
At least half the women still wore the haik and veil, half the men the burnoose.
He drew the handkerchief down, looked at his brown-stained hands, and adjusted the folds of his burnoose.
He had put on his burnoose as soon as Edgar joined him, and this concealed him almost to his feet when he had mounted.
Some of my co-experimenters thought they recognised a masculine, bearded head therein, covered with a turban or burnoose.