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a.1.Dressed; hooded; covered; wearing a kerchief.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Farebrother, the Vicar's white-haired mother, befrilled and kerchiefed with dainty cleanliness, up right, quick-eyed, and still under seventy; Miss Noble, her sister, a tiny old lady of meeker aspect, with frills and kerchief decidedly more worn and mended; and Miss Winifred Farebrother, the Vicar's elder sister, well-looking like himself, but nipped and subdued as single women are apt to be who spend their lives in uninterrupted subjection to their elders.
The arrival of Starbucks hasnat completely sidelined the local preference for Turkish coffee and the cityas old market a where kerchiefed farm wives sell their pickles in recycled jars and there is an abundant supply of the delicious cheese-filled phyllo pastries known as banitsa a is still busy, despite the big supermarkets opening on the outskirts of town.
One small painting features a kerchiefed giantess--a dominant protagonist here--whose projected tongue becomes a striped pathway along which diamond-headed male figures bearing gifts parade toward her mouth.