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Sari

Sari appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):

  • I, Rasputin, knit up Sari.
  • Put a strata sari on to nip a pinot noir as a tart sat up.
  • Sex alert: in a mask comes a consort, seam not pure, hair astray, roving in ebony, no benign ivory art sari… ah, erupt on maestros; no case mocks a man it relaxes.
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Sari is sometimes a misspelling of saucer.

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Definition of the noun sari

What does sari mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: saris

  1. a dress worn primarily by Hindu women; consists of several yards of light material that is draped around the body
    • lexical domain: Artifacts - nouns denoting man-made objects
    • synonym of sari: saree
    • more generic words: dress / frock = a one-piece garment for a woman

Alternative definition of the noun sari

noun

  1. The traditional dress of women in the Indian Subcontinent; an outer garment consisting of a single length of cotton or silk, most often with one end wrapped around the waist to form a skirt, the other draped over the shoulder or head.

Place

Sari is the provincial capital of Mazandaran and former capital of Iran, located in the north of Iran, between the northern slopes of the Alborz Mountains and southern coast of the Caspian Sea. Sari is the largest and most populous city of Mazandaran.

Phrases with Sari

Phrases ending with the word Sari:

  1. Iris Sari
  2. Eurema Sari
  3. Oncocyclus Sari
  4. Species Iris Sari
  5. Species Eurema Sari
  6. Species Oncocyclus Sari

Other phrases containing the word Sari:

  1. Iris Sari Lurida
  2. Iris Sari Nazarena
  3. Iris Sari Nazerena
  4. Iris Sari-Nazarens
  5. Variety Iris Sari Lurida
  6. Species Iris Sari-Nazarens
  7. Variety Iris Sari Nazarena
  8. Variety Iris Sari Nazerena

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Sari

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Google previewUnited States Congressional serial set (1908)

The sari is the women's garment, corresponding to the lungi worn by the men. It is usually 73 yards long. It is worn as a skirt by the native women of India, but not by the Burmese women, who use the women's lungi. The men's lungis are almost ...

Google previewTale Spin (101-)

by Nickunj Malik

Derived from ancient Sanskrit, sari is the name given to a long strip of unstitched cloth, which is between four to nine yards in length. It is wrapped around the body in a particular systematic manner. At a casual glance, it resembles a floor ...

Google previewCongressional Serial Set (1908)

The sari is the women's garment, corresponding to the lungi worn by the men. It is usually 1\ yards long. It is worn as a skirt by the native women of India, but not by the Burmese women, who use the women's lungi. The men's lungis are almost ...

Google previewSpecial Agents' Series (1907)

SARI WORN BY WOMEN—CHECKS AND BUCKRAMS. The sari is the women's garment, corresponding to the lungi worn by the ...

Google previewThe Earth and Its Inhabitants, Asia (1891)

by Elisée Reclus

Sari is a very old place, which D'Auville and Rennell have endeavoured to identify with the ancient Zadra-Karta, the largest city in Hyrcania, where the army of Alexander stopped to sacrifice to the gods. Feridun, the legendary hero of Persia, ...

Google previewCotton Fabrics in British India and the Philippines (1907)

by William Alexander Graham Clark

The sari is the women's garment, corresponding to the lungi worn by the men. It is usually 73 yards long. It is worn as a skirt by the native women of India, but not by the Burmese women, who use the women's lungi. The men's lungis are almost ...

Google previewCongressional Edition (1908)

The sari is the women's garment, corresponding to the lungi worn by the men. It is usually 1\ yards long. It is worn as a skirt by the native women of India, but not by the Burmese women, who use the women's lungi. The men's lungis are almost ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Costume and Fashion (1957)

Historic and Modern by Mary Brooks Picken

Sombrero malches The sari is The accepTed dress of ...

Google previewUniversal Geography, Or, a Description of All the Parts of the World, on a New Plan (1822)

According to the Great Natural Divisions of the Globe; Accompanied with Analytical, Synoptical, and Elementary Tables by Conrad Malte-Brun

Sari is the residence of the khans. Aster-abad, an agreeable and picturesque canton, has sometimes asserted its independence of the sovereigns of Persia. Its city bears the name of the canton, and has manufactures of silk and of wool.

Google previewChange Your Life (2013)

Inspiring Stories from New-age Healers by Sneha Mehta

A red sari is a hot favorite in a Yash Raj film. We avoid wearing black in scorching sun, as black absorbs heat. This is why black is the first choice for warm jackets. White is preferable in summers. You don't see the fluorescent yellows or purple ...

Google previewVisiting India? 50 Amusing Things To Do (2015)

by Destination Infinity

A saree/sari is an exotic (but common) dress in India. It's basically a long piece of cloth, but the way women wear it is an art (and tradition) that has been passed on over many centuries. A saree also needs a matching blouse and inner ...

Google previewThe Earth and Its Inhabitants, South America (1895)

by Elisée Reclus

Sari is a very old place, which D'Anville and Rennell have endeavoured to identify with the ancient Zadra-Karta, the largest city in Hyrcania, where the army of Alexander stopped to sacrifice to the gods. Feridun, the legendary hero of Persia, ...

Google previewThe Earth and Its Inhabitants ...: South-western Asia (1891)

by Elisée Reclus

Sari is a very old place, which D'Anville and Rennell have endeavoured to identify with the ancient Zadra-Karta, the largest city in Hyrcania, where the army of Alexander stopped to sacrifice to the gods. Feridun, the legendary hero of Persia, ...

Google previewLabor Movement (2006)

How Migration Regulates Labor Markets by Harald Bauder

The sari is a garment worn daily by women, consisting of 5.5 meters of continuous fabric wrapped round the body. 4. Salwaar kameez, also known as a Punjabi suit, is a popular garment consisting of a tunicstyle jacket or shirt worn over ...

Google previewAdvertising Management (1989)

Concepts and Cases by Manendra Mohan

The sari is a very common form of attire for Indian women. In advertising Vimal sarees made by Reliance Textiles Limited, the advertising message dwells not merely on the product as depicted in the visual but on self- expression (Plate 6): A ...

Google previewSinging Krishna (2009)

Sound Becomes Sight in Paramanand's Poetry by A. Whitney Sanford

The immaculate and modest gopi with necklace and well-tied sari is a model of decorum: Krishna destroys these emblems of propriety so that the gopis are no longer bound by worldly convention but, like devotees, are free to enjoy Krishna's ...

Google previewTrivia for Seniors (2004)

A-India * B- Finland C- Brazil A sari is a long piece of cotton or silk cloth -worn around the waist and falling to the feet and the other crossed over the shoulder. To go sightseeing in Venice, Italy with a sing along guide, which method of ...

Google previewA Reverse Analytical Dictionary of Classical Armenian (1993)

by Paul Jungmann, J. J. Weitenberg

vim-a- soyz - sari ...

Google previewIndian Sociology Through Ghurye, a Dictionary (1997)

by S. Devadas Pillai

The sari type with folds drawn through parting of the legs and tucked behind appeared as a variation in this ...

Google previewThe Caspian Sea Encyclopedia (2010)

by Igor S. Zonn, Aleksey N Kosarev, Michael H. Glantz, Andrey G. Kostianoy

Sari Herring (Alosa brashnikovi sarensis) S 367 The hinterland part is formed by Kura deposits produced by sea aggradation. S. is a low-lying and boggy peninsula and is mainly structured by sand and shelly ground. Six different zones can be ...

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Scrabble value of S1A1R1I1

The value of this 4-letter word is 4 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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