The burnous is very beautiful, but I could not accept it—an article of dress is in the category of things impossible.
North Africa is not only the Land of Sunshine; it is also the land of the burnous.
Her shoulders were covered with a sort of burnous, and a yataghan hung to her waist.
He might be hidden under the arcade, sleeping in his burnous.
Ali got to his feet, smoothed his burnous and went to the stubborn camel.
He did not wait, however, to remonstrate, but immediately drew forward the hood of his burnous and hurried away.
Ben-Abid put his hand beneath his burnous, and brought forth a bag tied at the mouth with cord.
Wrapping himself in his burnous, he sat and waited until the Czar should come forth.
The Englishman was so bronzed by exposure to the elements that the hood of a burnous was scarcely needed to conceal his face.
Hadj was there, and Smain, sheltering in his burnous roses from Count Anteoni's garden.