noun, plural re·bo·sos.
Examples from the Web for reboso
She tossed her free foot, and played with the fringe of her reboso.The Golden Fleece|Julian Hawthorne
But no answer was returned, and wrapping her face in her reboso, she sat down and wept.Wood Rangers|Mayne Reid
He urged her, saying: "Throw off your reboso that I may see your pretty face!"Legends of the City of Mexico|Thomas A. Janvier
The reboso, or shawl, is a useful article of clothing of the women of this class.Mexico|Charles Reginald Enock
Its chief feature, the reboso, was a sort of scarf, like the mantilla of old Spain.The Life of Bret Harte|Henry Childs Merwin