No covering beyond that of a waistcloth, was worn by the Javanese boatmen, and but an additional breastcloth, by the females.
Here, take this dollar, and tie it up in the corner of your waistcloth.
The Dyak men wear a waistcloth which is made either of the soft inner bark of a tree, or else of cotton cloth.
For instance, they have doors and verandahs to their huts, work skins perfectly, and wear a waistcloth and not a moocha.
There we stripped off our outer garments till Bes was naked save for his waistcloth and I was clad only in a jerkin.
He spoke quite calmly, and thrust his hands into his waistcloth to make certain that his weapons were there.
Not even a waistcloth can be permitted among slaves on board ship, since clothing even so slight would breed disease.
Quick as lightning Jim dived his hand into his waistcloth, only to discover that his father had his revolver.
Some village Sikhs wear a tahband or waistcloth instead of the kach.
He was dressed in all the dignity of a woollen shirt, with a piece of fine "tapa" for a waistcloth, feet and legs bare.