a tall, cylindrical headdress represented, especially on statutes, as worn by women in ancient Greece.
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How to use polos in a sentence
You can buy ultrasoft hoodies, polos and T-shirts online, but customers can also “shop blind” and buy mystery boxes.Gifts that keep on giving: These retailers offer one-for-one deals or make financial donations | Laura Daily | November 30, 2020 | Washington Post
It is no wonder that the polos were not known until they recalled themselves to the memory of their friends.Discoverers and Explorers | Edward R. Shaw
The polos had taken about three and a half years to get to China.The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind | Herbert George Wells
Other travelers besides the polos returned with similar tales of the East.Introductory American History | Henry Eldridge Bourne
She wears a polos, and has a tympanum in the left hand, and has a lion by her left side.
The three polos had for some time been looking for an opportunity to return to Venice, but Kublai was unwilling to have them go.The Discovery of America Vol. 1 (of 2) | John Fiske.