She too had shining black hair, over which she had flung the most coquettish sort of lace shawl they call a rebosa.
Jacqueline hid the golden gleam of her hair under the rebosa.
The women all carried the rebosa, and were thickly powdered.
The rebosa, a narrow scarf, thrown over the head and shoulders, is indispensable to females.
If Eddie and rebosa married each other at five he was to turn the money over to them.
The rebosa, the universal garment of the common class of women in Mexico, is utilized as a carry-all for baby or bundles.
But not,” murmured the sententious lady of the rebosa, 133“august enough to appear before Him unless He sends for Her.
The flag was made of a Mexican rebosa or scarf of unbleached muslin about a yard in width and five feet long.
She held a babe in her rebosa, but with her free hand she clutched weakly at the spokes.