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Synonyms for loincloth

a garment that provides covering for the loins

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Weissmuller hung up his loincloth after Tarzan and the Mermaids in 1948 and died aged 79 in 1984, his victory bellow played at the funeral.
A group of eight students showed up for their big day wearing bright shirts and white loincloths, which was not well received by the school management.
the word 'come' buzzing and pulsing on the loincloth of the
JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT BELGRADE THEATRE KEITH Jack's only worry about performing Joseph was losing his loincloth on stage like his predecessor Lee Mead did in London.
As one example among many, I cite this statement: "More centrally, emanating from beneath Tlazoteotl's skirt, we find a loincloth, a seemingly elusive signifier of the male body, intended to evoke the male member....
This time he finally gets his hands on that coat, and it's interesting to see how the Scotsman, only a teenager when he entered the BBC competition, has matured - both vocally (his voice, always strong, has also deepened) and physically, parading around with a tanned chest and in a silver lame loincloth.
loincloth imagined feathers in his hair like a statue of quetzalcoatl if
Until they finally achieved land reforms and other concessions six and a half years later the gutsiest members of the 400 Pueblos protested nude or wearing only underwear or a loincloth. They did so twice a day every day no matter the weather.
"I've done elephant-riding in a loincloth, and let me tell you, it's like straddling a barbecue brush" - Hollywood star Brendan Fraser (pictured).
Summary: The loincloth is making an unlikely comeback in the boutiques of Japan.
Eakins was famously ousted from his teaching position at the Philadelphia Academy of the Fine Arts, in 1886, in part because he removed a male model's loincloth in a mixed-gender life studies class.
Next in line at the meat market: Josh Strickland, the "American Idol" alum who spends most of Disney's "Tarzan" in a loincloth.
He looked like a simple Hindu holy man in his white loincloth and shawl of homespun cotton; he was a vegetarian and espoused nonviolence.
Flanking him on one side is an ancient, Moses-like figure, bare-chested, wearing a primitive skirt or loincloth with knee-high leather boots, and holding a white snake or spinal column in one hand as if to loose a plague on his enemies.
YORK CITY: A man in a loincloth transforms into a woman, an animal and a god.