sarong sarong  /sə ˈrɔŋ/


  • (n) a loose skirt consisting of brightly colored fabric wrapped around the body; worn by both women and men in the South Pacific


  1. The man was wearing a mundu, a white sarong, and a blue singlet, and he had been watching me from his balcony for several minutes.
  2. His sarong and tunic are the spotless white of a devout Buddhist; his reddish brown scarf the color of korakan, a rough grain eaten as the staple diet of poor farmers.
  3. Her silk longyi sarong gleamed like metal.


  1. Fashion Jewelry Supplier Apparel & Sarong Announces the New Arrival of Rastafarian Friendship ...

    Jewelry and clothing distributor Apparel & Sarong adds new Rastafarian friendship bracelets to its wholesale fashion jewelry catalog. (PRWeb June 12, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 12, 2013     Source: PRWeb

  2. No More Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Bikinis At This Year’s Miss World Pageant

    If you are a fan of the Miss World pageant, this year you will notice something different, none of the contestants will be marching across the stage in an itsy bitsy teeny weeny-- yellow polka dot or otherwise-- bikini. According to the New York Times, the contestants will have to forgo their normal 'skin-flaunting' two piece for a rather modest one-pieces, covered by a sarong. Why the sudden ...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: The Atlanta Post

  3. Bikini ban at Miss World pageant. Why?

    Bikini ban? The Miss World pageant says no bikini contest this year. The ban comes amid hard-liner Islamic protests. Contestants must wear traditional Bali sarongs, instead.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: The Christian Science Monitor

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  1. According to the Sun, Kidman said recently: "I'd like to be a mum again." "I always thought I'd live on a Fijian Island. I love the idea of being in a sarong, with hair down to my bum and kids following me around."
    on Nov 28, 2006 By: Nicole Kidman Source: Entertainmentwise

  2. "His sarong still hangs on the bed," Terri writes in the book, according to extracts printed in The Times. "But the reality is sinking in more and more."
    on Oct 25, 2007 By: Terri Irwin Source:

  3. Ms Zuma said: "The way she was dressed (in a sarong) I thought she was definitely trying to entice my dad, to sleep with him".
    on Apr 6, 2006 By: Jacob Zuma Source: Independent Online

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