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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n.- A loose outer garment resembling a coat and extending to the knee and worn in Japan.

Usage examples (15)
  • The haori is a silk upper-dress, -- a kind of sleeved cloak, -- worn by both sexes; but the poem suggests a woman's haori, which is usually of richer color or...
  • A groom wears a haori on the top and a hakama on the bottom, all in black.
  • Ten five-year-old boys, dressed in haori and wearing towels tied around their heads, are accompanied by adults to the local shrine, where they make one circuit and offer...
  • For instance, for formal occasions, men wore Western-style hats with haori, a traditional waistcoat, hakama, an outer garment worn over the kimono that is either split... for more
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