[ ri-boh-soh ]
/ rɪˈboʊ soʊ /
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noun, plural ri·bo·sos.
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How to use riboso in a sentence
The older women wore a linen towel thrown over their heads, or, in cool weather, the black riboso.Vanished Arizona|Martha Summerhayes