poncho poncho  /ˈpɑn tʃoʊ/


  • (n) a blanket-like cloak with a hole in the center for the head


  1. A red poncho on the model Sessilee Lopez recalled Grace Jones.
  2. The six-day stubble hid countless psychic scars; the cigar butt stuck between his teeth suggested a world gone up in smoke; the poncho he wore could have been a shroud.
  3. Colonel Crowe covered his chest wound with his poncho, covered his face with his helmet.


  1. Northern California Veterans Museum fair booth extols price of freedom

    Rescued from the trash heap, three larger-than-life statues of poncho-clad American G.I.s trudging over a hill during the Korean War promote the Northern California Veterans Museum and Heritage Center while extolling the price our veterans paid in preserving freedom for a land and people they did not know.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Anderson Valley Post

  2. DC Jazz Festival: What to See Tonight

    The name seems fairly straightforward: The Poncho Sanchez Latin Jazz Band . But what the conga player and bandleader really does is take Latin jazz and pour hot sauce all over it.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Washington City Paper

  3. Rain and mud dictate fashion at Governors Ball Music Festival

    Poncho-chic dominates, at least early on during the rainy weekend
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Washington Post

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  1. "There'sa 40 percent chance of rain, so bring your red poncho with you to go over your red sweatshirt," Tressel said.
    on Oct 21, 2008 By: Jim Tressel Source: Bucknuts.com

  2. "I was involved in Latin jazz when it was not that popular. Santana was popular, but not Latin jazz," Sanchez says. "Now it's all over the world. People say to me, 'Poncho, Cal handed the torch to you.' I'm running with it now, trying to hold...
    on May 6, 2009 By: Poncho Sanchez Source: Kansas City Star

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