parasol

Part of speech: noun

A sunshade carried by women.

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Usage examples "parasol":

  1. " I only told him he was a baby," said Aurora, settling herself in the corner of the carriage, and arranging her parasol behind her so that it rested on the open hood; for the weather had cleared and the sun was shining brightly after the storm. - "Whosoever Shall Offend", F. Marion Crawford.
  2. He'll recognize the purple parasol, you know." - "The Purple Parasol", George Barr McCutcheon.
  3. Nanda, on her side, as if their talk had ended, went across to the sofa to take up her parasol before leaving the room, an impulse rather favoured than arrested by the arrival of her brother Harold, who came in at the moment both his relatives had turned a back to the door and who gave his sister, as she faced him, a greeting that made their mother look round. - "The Awkward Age", Henry James.