[ sˈaɹe͡ɪp], [ sˈaɹeɪp], [ s_ˈa_ɹ_eɪ_p]
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How to use "Sarape" in context?
The sarape is an ancient fabric that originates from Africa. It is a sturdy cloth made from cotton, wool, or silk that is used for many purposes, including burial clothes. It can also be used as a raincoat, a cloth to cover the body during religious ceremonies, or a burial garment. The sarape is also a source of pride for many African cultures.
Homophones for Sarape:
- scrub, scurvy, shrub, servo, sheriff, scrap, surf, scurfy, scrape up, serve, scare off, Sus Scrofa, swerve, scrub up, sharpy, shore up, serf, screw up, serape, sirup, serve up, serb, survey, sherpa, scrape by, scribe, shrive, screwup, skiagraphy, sakharov, sharp, scrip, seraph, scrapie, skiagraph, sugar pea, scorpio, serif, scarf, soar up, scarify, scrubby, scrapheap, survive, syrupy, sharpie, square up, seriph, Schizocarp, scarp, scruffy, scrappy, saccharify, sorb, swear off, scarab, syrup, shrubby, scruff, scurf, scrape, serbia, square off.
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