or chad·ar, chad·dar, chud·dar
Origin of chador
Examples from the Web for chador
I'm going to start wearing the chador [a head-to-toe cloth covering] because I'm afraid of the morality police.
She seemed to be in her 40s, and although she wore a chador, her headscarf was a little loose.
Once an anti-shah activist in a miniskirt, Zahrah Rahnavard is now a feminist in a chador.
When she became an Islamic revolutionary, the chador was all about powerful semiotics.
As she removes her chador, he continues in the same tone: “Want to do some Nasnas?”
Of course it beat as strongly as ever, and, learning this, Chador ran for some water.An Undivided Union|Oliver Optic
British Dictionary definitions for chador
Word Origin and History for chador
"cloth worn as a shawl by Muslim women," from Persian chadar "tent, mantle, scarf, veil, sheet, table-cloth."