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Soldiers either slept in poncho tents or inside their vehicles.
Several others claim to have seen a robust figure wearing a hat and a poncho crouched against a table in the library.
poncho: More of a service than a simple app, poncho is my go-to weather app at least twice a day.
I wrapped my poncho around me for warmth and waited in the quiet darkness.
In our case, however, the poncho will protect the shirt from a wetting.
I shall spread my poncho and blanket on the ground presently.
Bloom, parting them swiftly, draws his caliph's hood and poncho and hurries down the steps with sideways face.
It had the appearance of a short fellow in a poncho and a big hat.
When thus equipped the rubber blanket is known as a poncho, and is most useful because it can be used for two purposes.
type of blanket-like South American cloak, 1717, from American Spanish poncho, from Araucanian (Chile) pontho "woolen fabric," perhaps influenced by Spanish poncho (adj.), variant of pocho "discolored, faded."